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In early 2004, Southern HRs team began examining the links between its business and workforce strategies. Here, HR strategy director Howard Winkler explains how a set of KPIs was developed to monitor success and focus both HR and management on highpriority issues.
Increasingly, organizations are becoming aware that engaged employees are fundamental to achieving business success. Here, Patricia Bayerlein and Rose Gailey describe why alignment between HR and communication is at the heart of achieving true engagement and show how one company used their six...
To make the shift from motivation to engagement, Hallmark implemented a 3D HR strategy that addressed three strategic imperatives from three angles companywide, across the HR function and at an individual level
The annual pay review can be a timeconsuming process. For BT, the process became so timeconsuming and inefficient that, in 2004, it switched to a webbased application that automated data generation and made the process transparent for the first time.
Your employer brand should be a distinct and compelling way to express what makes you unique as an employer, highlighting the employee experience you offer. Find out how Philips researched its position in the employment market to create an employer brand that reflects its corporate reputation.
Senior leadership is top engagement driver Poorlymanaged change increases stress Global pay strategies on the rise.
Being a good employer is no longer enough, you must also be perceived to be a good employer. This means communicating effectively to a range of key stakeholders. Simon Hepburn explains why managing employer reputation should be a business priority and outlines steps you can take to ensure your...
Ensuring employees have a clear lineofsight to strategy is one of the most effective ways to drive profitable business performance. Here, Susan Layman describes how her organization implemented a goal alignment conference and subsequent tracking system to get all employees focused on strategy.
What kind of company would you like to work for One thats exciting, dynamic and going places Of course and if youre lucky, you already do. However, if recent research findings are to be believed, there are thousands of disengaged employees out there looking for such an organization. So how do...
Andrew N. Bell considers the role of company reputation in creating a convincing, credible and competitive employee value proposition.
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