- Flexibility retains female partners
THE PERCENTAGE of female partners employed in law firm Mallesons Stephen Jaques has risen from 17 to 22 per cent in five years and is growing due to a series of innovative retention strategies.
ENGAGEMENT DRIVERS differ significantly between male and female employees and should not be ignored by employers, a recent study has found. According to the study, eight of the top ten drivers of engagement are different for each gender.
- Managing HRIS change management
Our organisation is about to deploy a new HRIS which includes Employee Self Service (ESS). We have been advised to spend a significant amount on change management. Do we really need to this, and if so, how would it be best spent?
- Lead to succeed
Autocratic leaders are the has-beens of modern organisations. But how should a democratic business work and be led?
- Made to measure
Executive education is designed for time-poor executives. A growing number of organisations have moved towards tailored programs that allow participants to focus on leadership issues that are specific to their industry, organisation and even individual circumstances. Teresa Russell reports
- 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