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Being named an “Aon Best Employer” is about much more than an office full of happy employees. Best Employers report 50% higher total shareholder return (TSR) than the market average, reflecting the impact a highly engaged workforce has on overall business performance. How does it work?
It is crucial for businesses to understand their top engagement focus areas, identify the best interventions, and elevate the employee experience around these. The question remains: Where should they begin?
An Aon study showed that, in 2017, the hotels & hospitality industry was lagging 14% behind general industry when it comes to salary increments. How can employers engage with top talent in order to attract and retain them?
With productivity and efficiency at the core of the success of e-commerce departments, consumer and retail businesses in China are challenged with attracting and retaining the best talent. What will it take to do this in 2019?
Human capital remains a top priority for organisations in the business landscape. What are the top trends affecting Indian firms and how can HR practitioners respond?
Designing an optimal employee experience is critical in making sure your organisation not only attracts, develops and retains top talent, but that you can also compete in a highly competitive market. So, how do you go about measuring and then defining and refining your employee experience?
A highly engaged workforce works harder, stays longer and leads to better business outcomes. But an employee's propensity to be engaged is linked to their personality. So how can companies hire candidates who are wired for engagement?
In past years, China’s economy was designed for rapid growth. Now, the emphasis is on building quality talent and sustainable businesses. To successfully navigate this transformation, HR and rewards managers should pay attention to four big developments.
The way organisations define ‘engagement’ can greatly influence the outcomes they derive. Increasingly, we see organisations setting engagement score as a KPI on their managers’ scorecards. But this leads managers to view engagement as an end in itself, rather than a means of achieving greater productivity and business performance. Why this is bad for business? Read on to find out.
A strong Employee Value Proposition (EVP) can go a long way in helping you attract, engage and retain talent. So how do top corporations like Commonwealth Bank of Australia and Empired Group approach EVP?
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