May 23, 2017
What Do Employees Really Want in a Job?

This Is A Brief Article:

I recently came across an employee survey that was conducted by authors Steve Lauer and Jack Gebhardt as part of their preparation for an HR book.  Although these results are American based, I think they are interesting and could give us some “food for thought” in respect of employee retention.  The survey was an informal one based on entry-level job positions. Here are just some of the results…

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October 7, 2016
Are You Still Flogging a Dead Horse?

This is a Podcast – 6 Minutes

Every week I talk to organisations who are struggling with their recruitment process (usually there isn’t one!), trying to avoid hiring their next personal grievance.  Or, others who are trying to manage their way around a couple of non-performers or extremely difficult employees (they originally hired the wrong person!).

I love these challenges, because the recommended courses of action are easy, inexpensive and get results! However, in many cases these organisations find Continue reading

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July 7, 2015
Case Study – NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde Succession Planning Program

I’d like to share with you a case study on the National Health Service in UK that has just received a 2015 APEX Award for Publication Excellence.

National Health Service Greater Glasgow employs 38,000 employees, has 35 hospitals. They received significant results using the ASSESS Personality Development, 360 and Focus360.

This international case study really shines. It highlights the impact of our assessment solutions across the world.

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