- Define career progression or risk losing key staff
A whopping 62% of finance professionals have said that in the absence of defined career progression and recognition of their accomplishments they will jump ship in 2012.
- Communicating doesn’t cost a cent
New survey information has revealed that in the current economic climate, the number one thing employees want from their management team is to know where they stand on job security.
- The Imposter Syndrome and its effect on workplace performance
Women are leaving the corporate workplace in droves, starting at first time manager level. Could The Imposter Syndrome be a key driver of this exodus? Suzanne Mercier investigates.
- HR email blunder sacks all 1,300 staff
It’s the stuff of HR nightmares – for one HR manager, hitting send on a termination email spelt the beginning of a glitch which saw 1,300 staff at a global insurer receive their notice.
- Time to lift the lid on employee salaries
It’s an unwritten rule in the corporate world – HR doesn’t disclose the salaries of staff. However, why is it all a big secret – would mayhem really ensue if salaries were completely transparent?
- Hiring difficulty set to become the norm
If you’ve encountered hiring difficulties of late, you’re not alone – some 40% of business leaders have said it is taking three months longer to recruit staff than a year ago.