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A highly engaged workforce works harder, stays longer and leads to better business outcomes. But an employee's propensity to be engaged is linked to their personality. So how can companies hire candidates who are wired for engagement?
In past years, China’s economy was designed for rapid growth. Now, the emphasis is on building quality talent and sustainable businesses. To successfully navigate this transformation, HR and rewards managers should pay attention to four big developments.
Game-based assessments are starting to play a key role in graduate recruitment, with 75% of multinational HR and talent practitioners in Australia saying they would use it as part of their screening and selection strategy. But is this enough to truly appeal to the millennial workforce? Or do organisations simply not take them seriously enough?
Psychometrics can truly help many organisations reach their full potential, but how can you get the best use out of psychometrics for your organisation—and more importantly, demonstrate return on investment?
The way organisations define ‘engagement’ can greatly influence the outcomes they derive. Increasingly, we see organisations setting engagement score as a KPI on their managers’ scorecards. But this leads managers to view engagement as an end in itself, rather than a means of achieving greater productivity and business performance. Why this is bad for business? Read on to find out.
A strong Employee Value Proposition (EVP) can go a long way in helping you attract, engage and retain talent. So how do top corporations like Commonwealth Bank of Australia and Empired Group approach EVP?
For non-tax residents of Australia, the landscape continues to change. In the second of this two-part article, we cover some of the changes in superannuation and treatment of Australian property that affect expatriates who have swapped the sunburnt country for the little red dot that is Singapore.
Blockchain has the potential to allow HR to finally break the shackles of administrative processes and claim the seat at the decision table to shape and enable business strategy through its most valuable asset—its people. But how?
For non-tax residents of Australia, the landscape continues to change. In the first of this two-part article, we cover some of the key tips and traps for expatriates who have swapped the sunburnt country for the little red dot that is Singapore.
With talent acquisition professionals facing shifting expectations and new challenges, how does technology play a part?
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