Retention

  • Nurturing your nest egg in a downturn by

    Millions of Australians will have seen a decline in the value of their superannuation balances in 2008, and many are now unsure about the financial advice they have received. Teresa Russell reports

  • Choosing the right reward by

    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

  • Dangling the performance carrot by

    R&R – recognition and reward – have become the catchwords for those looking to motivate and retain their staff. And companies are increasingly seeking outside help to ensure their employees continue to give their all. Marian Edmunds reports

  • Creative Car Control by

    Discovering the limits of what your car is capable of is usually something that occurs by accident rather than design. Public roads are obviously not the place for finding out where the edge is between control and loss of control

  • All packaged up by

    Although salary packaging may not realise as big a tax saving as it once did, more employers than ever before are finding it an essential part of effective attraction and retention strategies. Teresa Russell looks at how organisations are leading the way in offering innovative packaging for employees

  • Making work family friendly by

    Setting up a workplace crèche is often thrown into the too hard basket due to issues such as risk, space, liability and capital. But with more than 300,000 women in the labour force having a baby every year, an increasing number of organisations are putting crèches in place to help retain an important segment of skilled employees. Sarah O’ Carroll reports

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