Opinion & Best Practice

  • An engaging vision: AIM transforms by

    In May 2009 the employee engagement score at AIM was an embarrassing 39%. Two years later it had climbed to 72%. David Wakeley outlines how the organisation transformed, and provides tips for others to follow their lead.

  • Soft skills the path to success by

    Soft skills are not taught as part of our education and are not easily measured - yet Sandra Banister outlines how soft skills can make a real difference in the hard-nosed corporate world.

  • Frontline Intelligence: Corporate Health - KPIs for your health by

    What health checks should employers be offering to employees? Chris Rabba says that no matter the age of the employee, prevention is the key - and employers can play an important, and possibly life-saving, role.

  • Practical ways to maximize and measure your training investments by

    Does your training have context? Does it improve on-the-job performance? These are just a few of the key questions to ask when assessing ROI, says Sean Conrad.

  • If industrial unrest threatens, how prepared are you? by

    How can automated systems assist in employer/employee industrial negotiations? Daniel Sheahan outlines why preparation is a key to managing fallout from industrial strife.

  • An engaged workforce is not at the mercy of market fluctuations by

    This year’s recognition as an AON Hewitt Best Employer has been even more special to Hilti Australia because in a soft construction market everyone has had to work much harder to retain high employee engagement. Jan Pacas outlines how Hilti has done it.

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