Study: Worker Retention Key in Divestitures
Many, unfortunately, don’t follow best practices
Most executives of companies that have divested a business consider employee retention key to a successful transaction, but they often aren’t using the most effective techniques to keep workers on board, a recent Ernst & Young LLP survey found.
Study Identifies Drivers of Innovation Success
Companies that mobilize their entire workforce to develop new ideas and that measure the performance of innovative initiatives tend to see better returns on their “innovation investment,” a recent Arthur D. Little report found.
Talent, Transformation and the Triple Bottom Line
Learn how to motivate employees to create economic, environmental and social value to support a sustainable organization.
Wanted: A Positive Attitude
According to two new studies, employers are concerned that if they hire a negative person, that employee’s bad mojo will infect the workplace like a flu virus.
Business Results Strongly Related to Engagement Regardless of Economy
Despite a global recession that has led to widespread layoffs and restructuring, the link between engagement and key organizational results has remained remarkably consistent regardless of the organization, industry or country, a recent Gallup Inc. study found.
Women HR Execs Share Valuable Lessons
Plan Places More Women on Corporate Boards
Boards May Not Be Prepared for CEO Transition
New York Maintains Rank as Lowest-Risk City for Business Worldwide