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  1. Hi Sarah! My name is Tiffany. I am in Customer Service with Sutherland. I like the writing that you put out for this company. It is very nicely written. I also feel like the content is relevant. I would like to do stuff like this one day. Keep up the good work.

    1. Hi Tiffany – nice to (cyber) meet you! I appreciate your kind words and want to encourage your own writing ambitions. I got my first blog published on our blog by reaching out to the marketing team with the idea + first draft. Good things come from taking initiative 🙂

  2. Hi Sarah, I loved this blog – it resonated with me and ties in beautifully with our business which specialises in leather corporate gifts. In 2017 we shall be offering subscription plans for companies to recognise & reward employees with beautiful, handcrafted leather gifts. I have just shared your blog on my Linkedin account. Feel free to give our website a mention if you like what we do.
    Kind regards,

    1. Hi Trudy! Thank you for reaching out, it’s great to hear that this blog is creating value for our readers. I love your company concept, the idea is very unique and the pieces look beautifully crafter – I will definitely keep it in mind for future posts. Best of luck in your 2017 expansion!

  3. I cannot agree more on the gaps in HR and why it is so shocking and not visible to top management and CEOs who go by Theory and not the realities of business and life. Their eyes are deceiving them grossly. They have eyes but no clear vision of the future…

    1. Great share! Thanks for sharing your comments Koshy. These HR stats are definitely eye-opening and every business should be aware of them when thinking about how to best approach new strategies. Thanks again for reading and sharing. 🙂

  4. If harsh fluorescent lights cannot be avoided, one can consider keeping at least a few low watt bulbs that are not as harsh on the eye. In addition, positioning employees close to windows where they can get some natural light and fresh air will make them feel less suffocated.

    1. Thanks for sharing Richard. We completely agree that the right type of environment is very important for employees. Thanks again for reading and sharing your thoughts. Cheers! 🙂

  5. An HR software is basically a system which automates all the process associated with the workforce of a company. Features of basic HR software India are recruitment, storing & accessing employee information, attendance & employee tracking, performance evaluation, employee self-service and benefits administration.

  6. Thanks for sharing such an informative article. To manage employees every organisation requires a systematic HR software. HRMS empower employees to take control of personal information and handle day-to-day operations by automating tasks to save time and effort.

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