- Government could learn from corporates on retention issues
It’s comforting to know that even the Prime Minister has staff retention issues to deal with.
- Continuing recognition in recession
Rewarding and recognising performance is especially important in a downturn. Craig Donaldson speaks with experts about this and how HR can assist in the process
- What makes a great place to work?
What percentage of your employees would describe your organisation as a great place to work? Teresa Russell talks with Diageo Australia about its increasing number of engaged and super-engaged employees
- Mutual benefits
Whether it is through a reward and recognition model or an incentive model, acknowledging and rewarding the good work of employees is crucial to motivation and retention. Human Capital explores both options
- Choosing the right reward
Incentive programs used to be for the sales force, but are now an integral part of many an organisation’s attraction and retention strategies. Teresa Russell reports on the latest trends and looks at how companies are using incentives in innovative but effective ways
- Establish your own recognition tradition
In Europe 50,000 white-collar workers were asked the question: “When looking for a new job, what motivates others and what motivates you?” Eighth in the list of what they thought motivated others was: “A full appreciation of work done” – but that answer was ranked first on their list of what motivated them