Retention (191 items)

HR pessimistic about cultural alignment; Three ways to reduce turnover; and more

Employees perform better in organisations that achieve 'workforce culture alignment', according to new research, but only 10 per cent of HR professionals are confident their culture is properly understood. Meanwhile, a new report quantifies the cost of poor staff retention, and a company is introducing a novel program to attract more parents. » more »










Research uncovers flexible work failings; Manager's "blatant" nepotism revealed; and more

Employers "still have a long way to go" in embracing flexible work arrangements, with one in two employees saying leaders lack the skills to support flexibility, according to research released as part of Flexible Working Day today. Meanwhile, an investigation has uncovered nepotism "so blatant as to beggar belief", and 'development opportunities' is now one of the top reasons employees will leave their current job. » more »