- Network to “recession proof” your career
Networking has been cited as one of the top three ways to hold on to your job and “recession proof” your career, according to a report released by Hudson.
- Allow managers to “rant” on social media
Innovative social media tools, such as discussion boards on which managers can “rant” about a certain topic or development within an organisation can be an effective communication tool, an expert on organisational communication has advised.
- Go home on time tomorrow
It is time for employers to repay employees the $72 billion in overtime they owe them by allowing workers to go home at 5pm tomorrow, 25 November.
- Internal communications vital to retention
Companies with highly effective internal communication programs are better placed to keep employees engaged and retain key talent, according to a new survey by Watson Wyatt
- Watch the first post-recession movers
Companies can learn to be more prepared for the expected upturn in 2010 if they keep a close eye on the trends of the first post-recession movers.
- Mature-aged workers excluded from retention initiatives
Supporting mature workers and working parents in the workplace is imperative for company success according to Gareth Bennett, HR director at law firm, Freehills.