The following report was issued by the Government Information Service on behalf of the Department for Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation.
The advent of social media, marked by the proliferation of smart devices and increasing numbers of users on social networks, represents not only a clear opportunity for businesses to better engage the market – but also a new era in HR management.
If you had to do an office survey, it would prove that over 85% of people need a partner or assistance to carry out their work.
Internal marketing has evolved rapidly in the past decade, with a notable shift away from simply sharing information with employees to creating behaviour changing communication.
In today’s hyper-connected world, it is no longer frowned upon to gather around the coffee bar/water fountain to chat and touch base with your colleagues.
Successful companies know that they are only as good as their employees.
While reading the Gallup Poll, a venerable treasure chest of information and statistics on employee engagement, I came across the following findings: ‘higher levels of employee engagement are strongly related to higher levels of innovation.
The workplace is changing and Human Resource departments need to change with it or risk being left behind. There are three major workplace trends that will come into play over the course of the next decade.
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