Tag: retention

Playing the talent game at EA

The most important key to successful talent management involves knowing and interacting with a business’ people, according to Gabbie Badman, HR manager at global interactive entertainment software company Electronic Arts. With more than 9000 employees worldwide and net revenue of US$3.8 billion last year, Badman says it is critical to […]

The Game Changer: How to Use the Science of Motivation With the Power of Game Design to Shift Behaviour, Shape Culture and Make Clever Happen by Dr Jason Fox

Author: Dr Jason Fox Publisher: Wiley RRP: $29.95 The Game Changer: How to Use the Science of Motivation With the Power of Game Design to Shift Behaviour, Shape Culture and Make Clever Happen is a refreshingly charismatic take on how to improve workplace motivation through the science of gamification. Readers […]

There is a high level of dissatisfaction with traditional performance talent management

Talent Management as a key focus for HR leaders

HR leaders across the Asia Pacific are focusing on talent management, using multiple channels to source talent and implementing a range of staff incentives in an effort to attract exceptional professionals to their business. A recent research report found that 57 per cent of HR leaders across Australia and New […]

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4 proven policies to boost retention rates

Investing in flexible IT policies could save large companies up to $350,000, and small businesses $22,000, on hiring costs each year, according to research It found that flexible IT policies, such as allowing staff to bring their own devices to work, to work from home, and to use social media, […]

5 steps to building an entrepreneurial culture

Big businesses could drive economic growth and help their employees adopt entrepreneurial behaviours that foster innovation and growth by encouraging a culture of “intrapreneurialism” The buzzword “intrapreneurs” was coined in the 1980s by management consultant Gifford Pinchot and is often used by organisations that recognise the need for new and […]