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While leaders have a critical role to play in employee engagement, managers are the ones who hold the key as their effectiveness serves to drive a high performance culture in the organisation. So how are Aon Best Employers Middle East developing great managers?
20% of Best Employers have identified diversity management as a top priority. What are Aon Best Employers in Indonesia doing to get the best out of their women workforce?
In an environment where critical skills shortage is a key people issue for leaders, being able to deliver return on people investment is recognised as the differentiator for business growth. What impact does this have on today's HR leaders?
Employees who are engaged perform better, are more committed, and are more motivated at their jobs. Workplace prisoners on the other hand, do the exact opposite. What do they look like, and what should organisations do about them?
The engagement of many is held in the hands of a few. How can your leaders be engaging individuals themselves, to drive engagement in others?
Salary isn’t something that only enters employees’ minds during the review cycle at the start of the year—they perform their own 'reviews' all year round. What can employers in the Middle East do to manage salary expectations?
With the recent MAS regulatory changes, REIT managers must review their remuneration policies. Which are the best practices that will help them comply, and still get the best performance out of their employees?
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?
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