Category Archives: HR

HR Role in Disaster Management

Flood, fire, earthquake, tornado and windstorm are some ‘Natural Disasters’ that affect thousands of people every year. We need to be prepared to protect ourselves, our family and our organization from these risks. The recent flooding in ‘Chennai’, the capital city of the Indian state of Tamilnadu and the on-going flooding in Britain are some natural calamities our people across the globe are facing now. From a personal perspective there are tremendous losses and difficulties that an individual faces during a natural disaster. Caring for the aged and children, access to household essentials, loss or damages to Continue reading

Process Automation in the HR industry

‘Process Automation’ is the term used to describe any process that is not done through manual or human intervention. An automated process requires less human intervention and is more consistent. In this article I am going to discuss about a department which is considered the ‘Heart’ of the industry.

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Relevance of Bell Curve Method of Performance Appraisal

Bell curve system of performance appraisal is a forced ranking system imposed on the employees by the management. Through this system the organization tries to segregate the best, mediocre and worst performers and nurture the best and discard the worst. And this segregation is based on relative comparison of the performance of the workforce against those engaged in similar activity and ranking them accordingly.

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