Do you remember the music video request shows from the 90s? I loved them! You would find me glued to the idiot box every weekend watching video jockeys read out long letters that looked more like pieces of art and play their song requests. I loved these shows to the extent that I sought my … Continue reading 31-day challenge: Write a letter
Six years after Buffer decided to make its salaries public, pay transparency has suddenly become a prominent topic of discussion amongst HR professionals in my circle. In the past month, I found this topic pop up in almost every single forum that I am a part of and I ended up being caught in the … Continue reading What’s your salary?
My favorite conference of the year is just round the corner and it is only fitting that I spend a few minutes writing about how to make the most of it. While in the past, I’ve done a generic post on how to make the most of HR conferences in, this post preps you for … Continue reading Everything you need to know before you attend #SHRMIAC19
There are two major problems that the world faces today – (1) climate change and (2) societal inequality. I will refrain from talking about climate change at this point as it has gained significant conversational momentum since the Amazonian fires. What I will focus on is justice, equality and social mobility. I am a staunch … Continue reading Creating an equitable world
I dedicated the last two posts to machines, AI and technology and I have barely scratched the surface. This past year I have learnt more about the world of technology than I have in the last decade. I also learnt just last evening that there are HR courses that exist that make you an expert … Continue reading 31 Day Challenge: Getting closer to Technology
In my last post I talked about creativity being an “in demand” skill. One of the reasons for it to feature in the list of top 5 is because we believe that machines do not possess this skill. At least, not yet. In this piece, I delve into the one question that has led to … Continue reading Can machines be creative?
Given the demand for creativity and the competitive advantage it holds, organizations are now under more pressure than ever to (a) create a place where creative people will flock to and, (b) build this skill within existing employees.
2019 will go down in history as the year of conferences. It is the one year I will likely attend more conferences than ever before and gladly so. The recently concluded Tech HR conference hosted by People Matters revived my belief in conferences. With an outstanding lineup of speakers and amazingly curated sessions that ranged … Continue reading Rewind: Tech HR 2019
With less than a week to go for the People Matters Tech HR 2019 Conference, I am super excited. I have never been to a People Matters conference and am curious to find out more about it. I had yet another chance to catch up with one of the speakers ahead of the conference. James … Continue reading Five Questions with James Taylor
I am a big fan and believer of game design. It is one of the things I have spoken here. Hence, when as a part of the upcoming People Matters TechHR Conference 2019, I had the opportunity to shoot five questions to Mohsin Memon, I was naturally very excited.