Five Workplace Skills Vital For The Workplace Of Tomorrow

04 February, 2020
By G-Team in Human Resource
As workplaces become more modern and technology taking over administrative jobs or completing eradicating humans at work, it makes one wonder - what will the workplace of tomorrow look like? For some, they believe that robots or artificial intelligence (AI) will completely take over all our jobs today. For others, they believe that AI will enhance our work processes, allowing humans to focus on more strategic initiatives and come up with new innovations.

Regardless of the outcome, the constant worry that plagues employees today is ensuring competency in the future workplace. At the rate that technology is advancing, what are the vital skills that employees need in order to stay relevant in the workplace of tomorrow.
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Do's and Don'ts of buying HR Software

28 January, 2020
By G-Team in Human Resource
In the world of digitalisation today, HR technology is rampant amongst organisations. After all, there is a plethora of benefits that comes with HR software - streamline HR processes, abolishment of administrative HR tasks and automatic HR payroll calculation.

However, with the numerous HR software vendors, each with their own unique value proposition, this makes is relatively difficult for organisations to pick the “best” one. Truth is, there is no one single “best” HR software. In fact, the “best” HR software is one that fits into the organisation’s overall HR strategy and is able to integrate seamless into the existing HR processes.

More often than not, HR professionals struggle to find a suitable HR vendor. It could be due to factors such as poor communication between the software vendor and HR professionals or a lack of understanding of the HR software. Here are some factors that

Here are some considerations that HR professionals should take into account when choosing a HR software.
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Does The “Unconscious Bias” Problem Exist In Your Office?

07 January, 2020
By G-Team in Human Resource
In every organisation, there are a myriad of problems within the office. It can be a perpetual feud with an co-worker, overload of work, unhappiness with senior leaders’ management style or the general workplace culture. But have you ever heard of the “unconscious bias” problem?
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Creating compelling learning programmes for Millenials

31 December, 2019
By RenQun Huang in Human Resource

Millennials are a demanding albeit unique demographic cohort. Also known as the Generation Y, it is made up of individuals who are born after the Generation X, with birth years between the early 1980s and early 2000s.

Today, Millennials are the most talked-about and employers and senior management are scratching their heads on how to deal with them within the workplace. On one hand, Millennials seem to be an obnoxious generation – picky about the type of jobs they want or demanding for specific benefits within the organisation. Yet, they are decisive in their choices and clear about the direction that they want to head towards in life.

With this generation poised to take over the workforce in the coming years and the rise of digitalization and emerging new skills, it is of course imperative to train these “new recruits” to be ready for the workforce. However, be mindful that a traditional classroom setting or inviting an expert to the office is unlikely to work magic on this new age generation. Here are some ways to create compelling learning programmes for millennials in the workplace.

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