Retention

  • Making a redundancy? Redeployment might be better

    Against a shaky economic backdrop, redundancies are never too far from HR’s agenda. But when faced with the need to dissolve a role, HR must ensure the focus is on redeployment and retention wherever possible. read more

  • A case for ditching team bonding days?

    Every year companies spend time and money organising off-site team building days to boost morale and team spirit, but according to engagement experts, by the time team building days come around it may be far too late to rally the troops. read more

  • Great expectations for 2012

    Canadian employees have an optimistic outlook for the year ahead, with the majority anticipating the year will see improvements to the financial outlook for business, as well as a pay rise to reflect the improved outlook. read more

  • Counter offers: Are they worth it?

    While employers like Facebook, Google and Twitter regularly attempt to outbid competitors by offering million-dollar carrots to retain staff, making a counter offer may not be worth it according to new research. read more

  • Improve retention by defining success upfront

    Employers must upgrade one-dimensional job descriptions and supplement them with detailed competency requirements and a framework for how to succeed in a designated role and function, a workforce solutions leader has said. read more