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    INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY failures remain among the biggest causes of downtime for business continuity (BC) managers, and are at the core of BC planning, but many organisations are now doing far more to plan for staff welfare, according to a survey of continuity managers

  • CEOs concerned about talent by

    ASIA-PACIFIC CEOs are seriously concerned about the availability of key skills and strongly believe that their organisations need to change the way they develop talent, a global study has found

  • Rethink pay for older workers by

    A MORE HOLISTIC approach to pay and reward is needed in the face of an ageing workforce, and organisations need to look across their financial and non-financial reward offerings to consider whether they are attractive to older workers

  • Managers underperform when managing underperformers by

    EMPLOYERS NEED to do more to help their managers motivate poorer-performing staff, according to research by Watson Wyatt

  • People leave managers, not companies by

    WHILE PEOPLE often join companies with high expectations, it is often their managers and supervisors that they leave, and not the company

  • One in three employees disengaged by

    THIRTY-SIX PER CENT of employees have low levels of commitment and/or line of sight within their organisation

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