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Retention Booster: Simple YET Effective Steps to Make Employee STAY 

Many organisations are now realising the bottom-line effect on employee retention. Retaining quality performers quite simply adds to increased productivity and morale, while reducing the associated costs of turnover altogether. As a business executive, doesn’t it make sense to have business processes that add efficiencies to how you conduct business to reach your corporate objectives […]

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September 29, 202012:00 pm
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4 Downsides of Workplace Engagement

Although employee engagement has become something of an HR fad, it would be hard to deny that it matters. In fact, robust meta-analytic studies show that higher levels of engagement boost employee wellbeing, performance, and retention. For example, engaged business units tend to deliver better performance, as measured in terms of revenues and profits, and […]

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September 28, 20204:00 pm
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HR Challenges around Personal Development & Employability

The world of work has undergone enormous changes in both nature of work and the emergence of new forms of work, which result from innovation, development of new knowledge, increased competition, and other factors. Today, work life is characterised by complexity, unpredictability, and insecurity, in which a principal challenge is to remain current with changes […]

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September 28, 202012:51 pm
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Building Effective Employer-Employee Dialogues

The higher employee engagement is, the more willing employees are to put in discretionary effort (such as: go the extra mile). But, employee satisfaction and engagement are difficult to actualise because of employee turnover, dynamic nature of work, existing organisational hierarchy, and differing perspectives among workers, their immediate supervisors, senior management and human resource practitioners. […]

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September 25, 202012:50 pm
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7 Difficult Employee’s Behaviours & How to Handle Them

There is a wide range of behaviours exhibited by employees that can create risks for their coworkers and organisations at large. Such demeanors are usually considered as difficult behaviours which can result in significant negative consequences and even increase an organisation’s legal liability. Let’s take a look at some typical difficult behaviours, focusing on how […]

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September 22, 20204:43 pm
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Workers See More Value in Employee Benefits during COVID Era: Survey

Amid the COVID-19 pandemic and the resulting economic fallout, workers report a significant increase in the value they place on the benefits offered by their employers, including a double-digit increase in how likely they are to remain at a job based on non-health benefits such as retirement savings, disability insurance, life insurance and other tools […]

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September 22, 20204:29 pm
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15 Simple Tips to Build Positive Team Culture

All workplaces have a particular culture that shapes how things get done, how people interact and engage with others and what is appropriate and acceptable behaviour. Team culture influences the management, organisation and application of work as it is defined by collective view of all employees. All work activity, interactions and relationships are impacted by […]

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September 22, 20202:22 pm
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Values & Raison d’etre: Terms of Young Generations Engagement

Young generation between 20 and 35 years of age will represent nearly half of the workforce by 2020 and three quarters by 2025. Naturally, companies must understand the specific expectations of younger people composing this new generation which are committed to companies whose raison d’être or purpose they share. Young employees commonly enjoy working in […]

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September 18, 20202:41 pm
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HR Learning: 2 Types of Employee Engagement State

As a concept that has developed over time, employee engagement has been defined in numerous, often inconsistent, ways in the literature, so much that the term has become ambiguous to many and it is rare to find two people defining it in the same way.  Robertson-Smith and Markwick’s article suggested that engagement has variously been […]

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September 17, 20201:31 pm
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Future Demands for Occupations & Skills: Report

Recent debates on the future of jobs have mainly focused on whether or not they are at risk of automation. Studies have generally minimised the potential effects of automation on job creation, and have tended to ignore other relevant trends, including globalisation, population aging, urbanisation, and the rise of the green economy.  On that note, […]

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September 17, 20201:25 pm