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  • Crash and burn: HRIS rollout failures by HRD

    The shockingly high failure rate of HRIS rollouts indicates faults on the side of employers and vendors. Here’s what goes wrong, and how HR technology implementations can be improved

  • Three key pillars of effective recognition by Contributor

    Recognition is a key component of employee retention, but what are the fundamentals of a successful program?

  • The proactive approach to retention by External

    Kate Jones outlines how a multi-pronged approach to managing staff can reap signifi cant dividends in terms of staff retention

  • Coaching as a retention tool by Contributor

    Executive coaching has proven to be an effective way to retain employees who are working through challenging times, writes Dr Denise Fleming, managing director, Foresight’s Global Coaching

  • How HR can help build a culture that helps people thrive by Contributor

    Mark Pallot and Evelyn Jackson outline how HR can help build a culture that helps people thrive

  • Starting at the end by HRD

    As the user experience is now a key priority for technology vendors, HRD chats to one expert about how HR is also starting to adopt the same design thinking into its own processes

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