Organisations that broaden their view of rewards and understand the actual value employees place on them can get more bang for their buck in terms of engagement, motivation and retention, says Aon Hewitt partner Richard Kantor.
Knowing which data points to take to your CEO or board will help "start the conversation" about engagement and its value to the organisation, says Aon Hewitt Best Employer program lead, James Rutherford.
Senior executives are overlooking and underrating a key ingredient for business success, according to a new report that investigates the value of imagination in a corporate setting, including its impact on revenue.
Providing certain "perks" - like parental leave, L&D opportunities and flexible work - is unlikely to improve an organisation's engagement levels because employees now expect them as the norm, according to a new report.
One of the biggest differences between top-performing HR departments and "laggards" is the ability to demonstrate the impact talent management has on the business, according to a recent report on human capital management trends.