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As companies try to improve employee engagement and drive business results, they are realising that the performance management process is integral to success. According to a Deloitte survey, 75 percent of HR professionals stated performance evaluation as a priority for...
Leadership is the ability to influence change, and not a question of position in a hierarchy. To drive strategy, create value. To build connections across silos and bring people with shared purpose together.   A shared purpose leadership style transforms it...
Improve recruiting and retaining to attract and keep people with the required skills to meet your current and future needs to fuel your company growth.       Download >
Helping your employees to improve and manage their physical and mental wellbeing can be extremely beneficial to your business   Download >
We understand the needs and concerns of today’s employee. It starts with viewing employees as individuals, with lives that take place outside work. Your employees have expectations from their employers and what’s in it for them. Download >
Employees like to be a part of something great. At the same time, with a shrinking pool of young talent companies try to improve workplace flexibility and enhance employee benefits in an effort to keep employees satisfied, happy, motivated, engaged...
Organisations need a reliable toolkit for multi-generational management, that will address the emotional composure of their workforce. New, innovative techniques to take full advantage of a multi-generational workforce, using the young talent’s uniqueness to the advantage of the business, without...
According to Korn Ferry Hay Group, technology is having a huge impact on how the HR function works. Now is the time for HR to step up into the strategic advisory role the business needs.   So what will ‘HR’ look like in five...
George Elton Mayo in the 1920s measured the relationship between working environment and employee productivity, and his findings resulted in managers changing their perspective. 10 years later, the US government passed the Performance Rating Act and the Incentive Awards Act...
 “There’s growing evidence that suggests the perks companies promote do become important for retention because they talk to people at an emotional and engagement level,” says Mark Ramsook, senior consultant at global advisory firm Willis Towers Watson. Charles Orton-Jones, of Racounteur...
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