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  • Talent management: keeping hold of your talent by

    How can you tell when your top talent is about to leave? Three business psychologists offer their insights and tips on how to spot the warning signs

  • No confidence in consultants by

    DESPITE THE large supply of human capital consultants in Australia, almost half of Australian companies are not confident that existing service providers meet their needs, according to a recent survey

  • People leave managers, not companies by

    WHILE PEOPLE often join companies with high expectations, it is often their managers and supervisors that they leave, and not the company

  • Talent management in Coca-Cola: the fizz from within by

    Forced to recruit marketing expertise externally, drinks giant Coca-Cola set about ensuring it had a flow of internal talent ready to step up. The UK’s Nick Martindale reports

  • Keeping your best and brightest by

    According to a recent survey, 61 per cent of Australian employers are having difficulty finding the right people to fill jobs – a dramatic increase compared to 2006. Teresa Russell looks at how organisations are making retention a strategic imperative in practice

  • The power of trust by

    Can cultural concepts such as trust, respect, caring, and employee empowerment turn profits from virtually zero to $100 million in six years? According to Keith Tempest, CEO of TrustPower, which was named New Zealand’s top performing company in 2007 by Fortune magazine, organisational culture is more than just a nebulous concept and has a very real impact on profits. Sarah O’ Carroll reports

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