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70% of American employees say they love their jobs (Adobe) 77% of US employees say they’re satisfied with their workplace, ranking third in the world (EdenRed) 40% of Millennials have high job satisfaction (Deloitte) 80% of Americans would continue...
Keenan Steiner puts into perspective this great case study you can use when advocating for better candidate experience. A few years ago, Graeme Johnson, the former Head of Resourcing at the British cable and mobile provider Virgin Media (who is now leading recruiting at...
  Apprenticeships are deemed to bring benefits for businesses and employees by combining working, learning and earning. National Apprenticeship Service data shows nine out of 10 employers find apprenticeships deliver for them, whilst 75 per cent report that apprenticeships helped their business...
Stephen Hawking, the Nobel-winning astrophysicist has said AI “could spell the end of the human race”.  Yet a month later along with entrepreneur Elon Musk and dozens of AI experts which focused instead on the positive benefits of AI. “The potential benefits are huge,...
As HR works to find and keep the best talent for the company; they’ll need to partner with IT to create an environment of productivity and work-life integration.  
What was once thought of as a fad is now a top-of-mind issue for HR managers and CEOs across the globe. Even though the term ‘employee engagement’ is open to translation and can mean a variety of different things to...
According to Professor Jean-François Manzoni, we all need and want feedback. That’s how we get better at our jobs and advance in our careers. So it’s up to you to show your boss that you are willing to hear and act on...
34.1% of American workers are engaged (Gallup) 25% of employees are highly engaged, 40% are moderately engaged (Aon Hewitt) 49.5% of employees are "not engaged" and 16.5% are "actively disengaged" (Gallup) 29% of millennials are engaged at work,...
90% of employees are “open to new opportunities,” according to a LinkedIn survey. According to Gallup’s just-released Workplace report, that’s not quite true. The single most important thing for employees considering a new job isn’t income, it’s “the ability to do what...
High performing organisations nurture high-potential employees. However a recent study by the Corporate Executive Board revealed that 40% of “high-potential” job moves  produce disappointing results. Disengagement is also present: One in three emerging stars reported feeling disengaged from his or her company. ...
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