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    With all the effort taken to get the right people hired and up to speed, why do so many organisations drop the ball when it comes to the elements that make them stay? Richard Altman writes that it's time to focus on the future not the past.

  • That age-old question of workplace efficiency by

    With Australia's current focus on productivity high on political and business agendas, Frank Lonergan writes that younger doesn't always mean more productive; it's time to engage properly with mature-age workers.

  • When star performers jump ship by Elizabeth Barnard

    Despite the fact that mergers and acquisitions remain a business reality, HR may not quite have cracked the code in retaining key talent during times of sweeping change.

  • Engage and retain the extraordinary personalities working with you by

    Do you encourage staff to use their own personalities at work? Are they allowed to work in a way that best suits them? Andrew Warren-Nicholls explains the benefits of letting employees be who they are.

  • Retention of the forgotten folk: middle managers by HRM

    Despite the key role played by middle management, sky-high attrition rates mean it’s time to take a closer look at engaging talent in this leadership group.

  • Leaders right to fear employee poaching by Human Capital

    More than half of HR heads fear other companies are actively seeking to poach their top people – are your retention strategies cutting it?

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