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  • The business of design by Iain Hopkins

    Look around your office. How many desks sit empty? With telework taking off, studies have shown that, on occasion, just 50% of desks are ever occupied. Beyond having flashy corporate HQs, it might be time to focus on making the space support the business and the people working within it, as Iain Hopkins discovers

  • Fit for work? Not likely... by Iain Hopkins

    Following several high profile workplace tragedies over the last couple of years, many business are now taking employee fatigue more seriously. Are your employees really ‘fit for work’?

  • Engage and conquer: Graduate recruitment by Chloe Taylor

    Interviews and assessments are notoriously nerve-inducing processes, particularly in the ultra-competitive graduate market. Is there a way to engage grads and also reduce the intimidation factor? Gamification might be the key, as Chloe Taylor reports.

  • Perfect match: L&D personality profiling by Iain Hopkins

    We do it for everything from online dating to spotting the next generation of leader – why not apply the same personality profiling methodology to the learning experience?

  • Crunching the data by Iain Hopkins

    As a new wave of employee communication monitoring technology kicks off, 2015 might be the year when HR analytics finally comes of age

  • New Year’s Resolutions: Why you should share your employees’ goals by External

    Employers should realise the value of resolutions when it comes to retaining employees and keeping them engaged, writes Georgie Drury.

  • How to use annual leave to respond to market conditions by

    As the Christmas period approaches, all organisations should be asking themselves how they can best use annual leave to respond to market conditions faced by their business.

  • Six steps to building a culture of recognition by

    From as little as $100-150 per employee per year, employers can build recognition programs that deliver tangible business results through more engaged and productive workers. Here are six tips to do it well.

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