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EMPLOYEE-ENGAGEMENT

02

MAY

2019

Want to keep your young talent motivated? Then build a culture of belonging

Via The People Space

Want to keep your young talent motivated? Learn why a company culture that promotes community and a greater sense of belonging is a key element to attracting and retaining Millennials...

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05

APR

2019

How to create a strong employee experience

Via Forbes

Employee experience will be one of the most important differentiators for organisations to attract, retain and engage talent in 2019. Creating an engaging and inspiring employee experience is now the new baseline expectation for employees - the new social contract between employer and employee...

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18

MAR

2019

Patty McCord: 8 lessons on building a company people enjoy working for

Via TED Talks

Do you care about the culture of your organisation? Are you actively trying to shape or improve it? If you answered 'yes' to either of those questions, then take 5 minutes to watch this TED Talks video with Patty McCord, the iconic former chief talent officer at Netflix. Patty shares the 8 lessons she learned from building a company where people want to work...

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17

JUL

2018

These are the 10 things workers need the most to succeed

Via Inc

As this article explains, most of the key factors related to how successful and happy your employees are fall into the category of their “social” experiences at work. Build the lasting relationships that will make your team feel supported and cared for and they will be more likely to support and care for your organisation in return...

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03

JUL

2018

Six ways leaders can humanize an organization

Via HR People + Strategy

Today, the workforce has been empowered to set their own terms. Financial compensation alone is not enough to motivate people to work hard, as professionals are seeking humanized work environments - where their voices can be heard, and where collaboration, camaraderie, inclusivity and transparency are upheld. Read more...

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