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Ownership and the key drivers of engagement

  6 MINUTE READ   Finding genuine drivers of engagement is a common challenge for business leaders. In fact, Deloitte found 87% of them cite culture and engagement as one of their top concerns.   In response, many scramble around looking for quick fixes. They clamp down on micromanagement, offerRead full article

The differences between rewards and recognition

  5 MINUTE READ   Should I reward or recognise? What’s the difference anyway?   Rewards and recognition are words that are often used interchangeably. But they don’t mean the same thing. As a result, it creates some confusion. In order to understand them both and use them more effectively, weRead full article

11 employee recognition ideas that won’t break the bank

  5 MINUTE READ   Employee recognition is a key aspect of maintaining an engaged workforce. Studies have repeatedly shown that feeling appreciated at work is a leading driver of employee engagement. This should hardly be a surprise. Nobody wants to feel as though their efforts are taken for granted.Read full article

Understanding the psychology of employee motivation

  7 MINUTE READ   What makes people care about their work?   Money is what gets workers in the door, but it doesn’t make them go the extra mile. Indeed, many managers and CEOs get frustrated when they pump thousands of pounds into employee reward systems and don’t seeRead full article

Bringing AI and HR together – Q&A with Ira Wolfe

  6 MINUTE READ   In 2004, Professor Frank Levy from MIT and Professor Richard Murnane from Harvard published a detailed study of the job market, listing those professions most likely to undergo automation.   Truck driving was given as an example of a job that could not possibly beRead full article

Top 5 organisational benefits of mentoring

  5 MINUTE READ   Indra Nooyi, CEO of PepsiCo, once shared a key factor in her success:   “If I hadn’t had mentors, I wouldn’t be here today. I’m a product of great mentoring, great coaching… Coaches or mentors are very important. They could be anyone – your husband,Read full article

5 great company mentoring programme examples

  6 MINUTE READ   Starting a new job can be intimidating. You need to quickly adapt to entirely new surroundings and ways of working. And nobody wants to appear as if they don’t know what’s what. But it inevitably takes time to get to grips with day-to-day duties andRead full article