- 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.
- Frontline Intelligence: Instep - Turnover in HR not pretty
Craig Mason identifies the factors that may be driving the high turnover rates in HR teams.
- Talent mobility and job creation
To bridge the mismatch between the skills people possess and those demanded by business, organisations need to embrace talent mobility strategies. Rob Bebbington outlines what needs to be done.
- Making a redundancy? Redeployment might be better
Against a shaky economic backdrop, redundancies are never too far from HR’s agenda. But when faced with the need to dissolve a role, HR must ensure the focus is on redeployment and retention wherever possible.
- Increase in promotions without pay rise
A new report has indicated that many senior HR directors are handing out promotions but not offering a salary increase to match – and it’s putting retention of top performers at risk.
- Staff morale not an area to scrimp
As economic uncertainty continues to mount, some Australian employers are beginning to reflect on the strategies that worked, and didn’t work, during the GFC – and the word on the street is that a happy worker is a productive worker regardless of the economy.