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As businesses know very well, non-engagement leads to resignations, which leads to unnecessary cost and delays. When staff leave, a whole lot of talent and opportunity leaves with them.
Kronos, the global leader in workforce management software launched its latest research paper, The $56billion Question which revealed the impact unnecessary administrative tasks has on Australian and New Zealand businesses.
People Analytics company Culture Amp, which counts many of the big boys in new tech such as Airbnb, Uber, Pandora, Adobe, Pinterest, Warby Parker,...
A business’ most valuable asset, employees are the most difficult resource to replace. With 85 per cent of employees either actively looking for another job...
It's been right under our noses the whole time. The not-so-secret solution to increasing Australia’s GDP involves the level of personal involvement of Aussie workers...
Some of our worst fears about unemployment seem to be coming true. But there might be economic salve in engaging with the employees, rather than letting them go en-masse.
Research shows that during the employee’s first three months, employers make the decision to move employees out in less than 10% of cases. Even fewer employers transition employees between the end of probation and the eighteenth month of their employment. What’s happening with the other 90%?
The Treasurer Wayne Swan is forecasting 500,000 new jobs, reducing unemployment to 4.5%. While great for the economy, that little number can only serve to send big shudders to anyone involved in recruiting in an industry experiencing acute skill shortages. This prompts talk about employee 'engagement'. But what about that little thing that comes first? Attachment.
With one in five Australian workers admittedly unhappy at work, those companies that can keep their employees engaged have all sorts of advantages. Here are some tips to help your staff get the most out of themselves.
Employee engagement is a measure of what people are thinking and feeling when they arrive at work in the morning — which in turn determines how much effort they’re prepared to invest in their work. So is your company being driven forward by capable and enthusiastic soldiers? Or has it become a gathering station for apathetic or conspiratorial clock-watchers?