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Maximising the potential of a diverse workforce is not only a social imperative, it is also a competitive advantage.

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The Four Most Important Factors of Staff Commitment

From employee research, we list the most important factors of staff commitment and how these effect organisations’ workforce. Continue reading “The Four Most Important Factors of Staff Commitment”

Gender Differences in Employment Engagement

Different demographic groups of employees have different needs and priorities. Gender differences in employment engagement require a more flexible approach. Claire Rahmatallah of great{with}talent discuss’ the issues for L&D professionals. Continue reading “Gender Differences in Employment Engagement”

Employee Integration is the Key to High Staff Retention

A global cosmetics brand talk employee integration and staff retention as part of our series of HR interviews. Find out what challenges they face. Continue reading “Employee Integration is the Key to High Staff Retention”

Staff Commitment, Engagement Strategies and Greggs

High street bakery, Greggs plc, faces a complex set of challenges when it comes to developing staff commitment and engagement strategies. Its 19,000 strong workforce throughout the UK encompasses everything from senior executives to shop managers and part-time workers. This level of diversity creates a multitude of issues, needs, demands and expectations. Continue reading “Staff Commitment, Engagement Strategies and Greggs”

Employee Engagement Surveys Checklist

Before conducting employee engagement surveys there’s a few questions you need to consider and items to tick off. Read great{with}talent’s top issues before your staff questionnaires.

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The Twelve Factors of Employee Commitment

False expectations at the recruitment stage can be a key issue in staff engagement and retention. There are 12 key factors of employee commitment as great{with}talent┬ádirector, Ron Eldridge, discusses. Continue reading “The Twelve Factors of Employee Commitment”

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