Category: Employees Welfare

Employees Welfare. We stand on the threshold of a new year 2022 in which attention and interest are beginning to shift. Employee welfare enable the employees to live a richer and more satisfactory life.

8 of the biggest challenges faced by women in the workplace in India in 2021

We may live in the 21st century but there’s still a long way to go before women are looked at equally with men. Women all around the world have had to fight for all rights. Be it their education, medical health and…Read More »

Home working linked to rise in MSD meaning musculoskeletal disorders.

Beth Husted offered some advice on msd meaning musculoskeletal disorder.. to prevent an overuse injury from occurring, a person should do….

Govt disbursed around Rs 13300 crores thru EPFO COVID-19 advance claim: Santosh Gangwar

Under the Atal Bimit Vyakti Kalyan Yojana, those insured who have lost their jobs due to the lockdown will be paid 50 per cent of their last drawn salaries for the period of three months. Govt disbursed around Rs 13300 crores thru…Read More »

How To Collaborate With Employees During a Pandemic?

When we talk of the pandemic, coronavirus scenarios hit the mind. A picture of suffering individuals haunts us and the thought of the falling economy disturbs our rhythm. In a situation like this, most of the companies have shut down their offices…Read More »

How Employers Can Manage Workplace Disruptions During the Pandemic?

With the spread of COVID-19, we have discovered a new way of working and living. While work from home and halted functions are stressing everyone, we don’t really have a choice. Either it is this or COVID-19, a deadline virus which is…Read More »

EPFO: Deposit Linked Insurance benefits hiked to Rs 7 lakh

This scheme works in combination with EPF and EPS. There is no exclusion under this scheme and the insurance cover depends on the salary drawn in the last 12 months of the employment before death. The Employees’ Provident Fund Organisation (EPFO) on…Read More »

Responding to Anonymous Complaints: Dos and Don’ts

If you receive an anonymous complaint, it is important to remain calm and review the complaint objectively regardless of how egregious the accusations may seem. Although the complaint was received anonymously, the company still has an obligation to take action, if necessary,…Read More »

Number of the day: ‘alarmingly elevated’ mental health risks

Employees are experiencing higher levels of risk for depressive and anxiety disorders since the start of the pandemic. 54: Percentage increase in number of employees at risk for depressive disorder New data finds that when comparing numbers from Feb. 3, before the…Read More »

EPFO: 3.18 lakh new subscribers registered in May 2020

The new subscriber joining has increased roughly by 66 % from 1.67 lakh in April to 2.79 lakh in May 2020.In addition, the exits from EPFO subscriber base declined by nearly 20% from 2.97 lakh in April to 2.36 lakh in May…Read More »

‘Office of the Whistleblower’ needed to tackle retaliation

A group of MPs has called for the urgent establishment of an ‘Office of the Whistleblower’ to ensure the rights of those who make public interest disclosures are upheld and they are protected from discrimination. Just 12% of whistleblowers whose cases go…Read More »

Performance Evaluation During Pandemic

During this pandemic, it is already so hard to manage the workflows within the organization. Then, how can organizations possibly management employee performance appraisals? Let’s find out! As organizations aim to achieve a minimum loss of business and utmost productivity during the…Read More »

Chronic illness and work: should you discuss your condition with your employer?

If you’ve discovered that you have a chronic illness, then you have many decisions to make. Not only do you have to think about your health and family, but you also need to figure out what you want to do with your…Read More »

Good Information by Dr. B. M. Hegde on Heart Disease, angiography and bypass surgery.

Good Information by Dr. B. M. Hegde on Heart Disease, angiography and bypass surgery. The whirlwind that started after a Pakistani child had her hole in the heart closed in Bangalore some time ago continues to create ripples everywhere, and rightly so.…Read More »

Five ways to work out a new set of KRAs

Just when many have let out a collective sigh of relief at appraisals being over, a new set of key result areas (KRAs) needs to be cleared. Firms have made their variable component higher and the criteria more rigorous, so nothing short…Read More »