- Major failure on change initiatives - what's going on?
Has your change initiative come undone? You are not alone. Only 38% of employees believe that major change initiatives within their organisation are well managed and help the organisation to deliver better business results, according to a recent study.
- Redundancy misfire: Communicating to the survivors
Amid widespread redundancies, for the ‘survivors’ of the action there needs to be strategies and measures in place to restore the workplace back to its previous state, or at least a state of optimum productivity and engagement.
- HR in the driver’s seat of cultural direction
An interesting development in the HR community is the appointment of a ‘director of people and culture’ at News Limited – touted by the Australian CEO to institute a program of cultural change.
- Succession planning rated top concern
Succession planning and strengthening the leadership pipeline are the top talent concerns for corporate executives throughout the Asia-Pacific-Asia region, according to a new study.
- Dealing with the angry employee
Every workplace has at least one employee who seems perpetually angry. Although this is often not a result of anything the employer has done, it is left to managers to pick up the pieces following their tirades. Tammy Tansley provides her tips to do it better.
- HR in the driver’s seat of change
HR professionals are better equipped than ever to shape the businesses they work in, despite the monumental economic and leadership challenges they face, according to opinions shared at an annual HR conference and exhibition held in the UK.