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Most organisations have programmes to measure engagement, but many still struggle to improve their engagement levels. What are they doing wrong, and how to put it right?
In the Southeast Asian talent market, where rewards and careers are key engagement drivers, are companies ready to lose the traditional performance rating system?
With all generations of the workforce now spending up to 2.5 hours a day on their mobile devices and expecting consumer-grade experiences from their employers, how can cloud-based HR technology rise to meet these expectations?
In key innovation hubs such as Beijing, job postings still appear at a much faster rate than the pace with which potential candidates receive the education, training, and work experience required. How are technology companies getting creative in their talent strategies?
Most organisations have a programme to identify and develop their high-potential employees, but our studies have shown that it takes more than that to build a truly robust leadership pipeline that can deliver business advantage. What are the five steps every organisation must take?
Key Performance Indicators, or KPIs, are popularly used to track performance. However, an over-emphasis on KPIs may impair performance rather than boost it. How can organisations set effective KPIs that let them get the best out of their employees? Read on to find out.
HR is at a crossroads. As speed, agility, and innovation become a norm in a digital world, how can HR refresh and reboot to arrive at five key outcomes that will matter? Read on to find out.
Most top organisations invest significant resources in high potential programmes—but the question is, how can they get the most value out of their high potential employees? Read on for the answers.
Engagement scores appear to be rising in Asia Pacific, but that doesn't mean engagement levels are following the same trend. What did we find on digging deeper? Read on to find out.
When maneuvering a tough economy in the Middle East, human capital is usually the first thing firms look at when they need to control costs. How can organisations manage compensation effectively when cost control is a critical issue? Read on for the answers.
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