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Companies with higher culture alignment have better business performance, lower turnover rates, and more employees who will recommend the organisation to others seeking employment. What role do leaders play in ensuring this?
In any typical sales organisation, only about 15 to 20 percent of its salespeople strive hard to reach the top and an equal number are at the bottom as low performers. What about the core and critical, yet vulnerable, 60 to 70 percent in between?
CEOs continue to identify critical skills shortage as one of the key people risks to their business. So how can organisations in Singapore develop a culture of learning and development to fill this gap?
The rise in tourism to Malaysia has led to an increase in hospitality sector jobs, fuelling the already-high attrition levels. How can employers in the Malaysian hospitality industry overcome their talent challenges?
The US election on November 8th has many investors feeling anxious. In the anticipation—and more importantly, aftermath—of this landmark event, what should you do to protect your investment portfolio?
Over 75% of Fortune 500 companies deploy psychometric testing in some form for employee assessments, yet many line managers do not trust the data and output. How can you make talent assessments work harder and better, especially for a multicultural workforce?
A colleague has poor work ethic and always lets the team down. Another constantly raises the same issues, and the team doesn’t understand or agree on its importance. What makes one toxic and the other annoying?
In the aftermath of Brexit, Britons working in Singapore are choosing to remain here for a longer period. So how will this impact their retirement savings?
With increased industry focus on the topic, organisations are under increased pressure to define and improve their risk culture. But do you know enough to make informed decisions?
To appreciate their benefits, employees must know what they’re getting and why it’s good for them. So how can employers communicate benefits clearly, creatively, and cost-efficiently?
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