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Building HR's way of life around data

11 Mar 2015  by   Gerhard Diedericks

There is an unprecedented level of excitement about big data and data analytics in the global market. Everyone’s talking about it, everyone has a view on it, and most organisations we know are working to take advantage of it. Despite the vast advancement in tools, technologies, behavioural sciences, and statistics, HR is the last function to truly utilise data for robust decision making.

Understand your people risks and help keep your people present and productive

11 Dec 2014  by   Gary McMullen

Organisations acknowledge that their people are their greatest asset and usually budget for the associated direct costs that impact on operating expenses. However there are indirect costs associated with people that often aren’t factored in, costs that result from people not being present at work and productive. If not managed effectively, these costs have the potential to impact both your employees’ wellbeing and your bottom line.

The proof is there – an engaged workforce is better equipped to cope with change

26 Jun 2014  by   Stephen Hickey

While all organisations face similar challenges in an uncertain market, those with high levels of employee engagement are better placed than others to overcome them and remain productive. Aon Hewitt’s 2014 Best Employers research has once again proven that high employee engagement drives better business results regardless of external factors.

Present and productive – managing absence in your organisation

25 Jun 2014  by   Bruce Edwards

Most organisations struggle with absence management and don’t have a clear sense of how it's impacting their bottom line and reputation. We’ve identified 4 key areas of focus for senior leaders and HR teams looking to minimise the impact of absence and maximise the productivity of their workforce.

Drive productivity by recognising high performance

19 Jun 2014  by   Annette Hang

Performance messages that recognise contributions to business outcomes and differentiate between employees will drive discretionary effort and increased productivity. We’ve put together some top tips to help your organisation deliver successful recognition programs that reward and encourage high performance.