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  • Don’t let former employees out of sight by

    Employers could be missing out on vital business opportunities by cutting ties with former employees as involuntary turnover continues to rise

  • Janssen-Cilag’s prescription for retention by

    Alarm bells sounded in the finance department of Janssen-Cilag in 2004 when they examined the high cost of turnover. However, a few simple changes have dramatically improved retention rates and impacted positively onthe bottom line. Sarah O’Carroll reports

  • The balance sheet is king by

    Recruitment leaders must think of the bigger picture and look at how they can remove and reduce recruitment costs in a downturn, write Tim Way and Gareth Flynn

  • Mutual benefits by HCA

    Whether it is through a reward and recognition model or an incentive model, acknowledging and rewarding the good work of employees is crucial to motivation and retention. Human Capital explores both options

  • Accenture: defying the downturn by

    Rigorous attention to learning and development has helped Accenture remain resilient in the face of a global economic downturn. Sarah O’Carroll reports

  • Developing your people in a downturn by

    Although many organisations are downsizing, the Australian arm of investment bank UBS has been able to redeploy skilled workers, thanks to well-planned career development and transition programs. Teresa Russell reports

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