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Why quantifying employee engagement for boardroom is a challenge

31 percent of employers in Western Europe say it’s difficult to measure the ROI of engagement on the wider business, and 30 percent say boardroom decision-makers cannot easily understand its impact. 68 percent of employers in Western Europe still rely on traditional annual staff surveys to measure engagement.

Article by: | Published: 2 March 2016

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Coaching for engagement

Coaching is one of the most valuable learning and development strategies an organisation can offer.

Article by: | Published: 16 December 2015

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Why UK workers aren’t going the extra mile

Employee willingness to go above and beyond the call of duty, such as helping others with their workloads and volunteering for extra tasks has dropped significantly in the UK. According to CEB’s quarterly Global Talent Monitor report, only two-in-10 UK workers indicated high levels of ‘discretionary effort’ this quarter. Article by Brian Kropp, HR practice leader CEB.

Article by: | Published: 2 December 2015

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Creating a happy workforce with employee benefits

The strengthening economy means that the global competition for talent is fiercer than ever, and HR executives are looking for ways to not just attract the best job applicants, but also to retain their current workforce.

Article by: | Published: 10 September 2015

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Global mobility is growing fast, but is it effective?

The world is undoubtedly becoming more connected, and as a result businesses are too. In the wake of the international expansion of businesses (of every size and from every sector) a new human capital management role has emerged: that of the global mobility (GM) specialist.

Article by: | Published: 3 September 2015

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Four soft skills everyone should master

Let’s think for a moment, how many jobs out there are not reliant on person to person interactions of some sort? The answer of course, is not many and in some roles, such as HR, they are fundamental. By Paul Russell, managing director and co-founder, the Luxury Academy

Article by: | Published: 18 August 2015