Most organisations have no way of demonstrating whether their recruitment methods result in good hiring decisions, but those that do measure quality of hire report significantly improved employee performance and retention as a result, according to Hudson RPO global leader, Kimberley Hubble.
It is neither possible nor practical for employers to understand the drivers of each individual worker - engagement must be employee-led in order to be sustainable, says Employerbility founder Kate Boorer.
This webcast, recorded in May 2013, explores:
the link between engagement and productivity;
the nine-step engagement ladder, and how to climb it;
challenges employers face in improving employee engagement;
what employee engagement leadership looks like; and
the three steps to an employee-led engagement culture.
The majority of women accept mentoring requests when asked, but employers are failing to take advantage of their willingness to do so, according to new research from Development Dimensions international (DDI).
HR professionals should develop a strong business case, and frame internal discussions about diversity in terms of workforce sustainability and inclusion, to avoid them being perceived as "special treatment for a special group", according to a new report.
When a learning and development budget is cut, it's usual to blame tough times, but in fact the problem could well lie with HR, according to Nicholas Sutcliffe, executive director of The Conference Board.