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  • The overwhelmed worker needs to be a top priority for business leaders: Deloitte survey
    Organisations not ready to address the striking shift in employee expectations, face potential retention and leadership crises, according to the Deloitte Global Human Capital Trends 2014 survey
  • Global Powers of Consumer Products 2014
    The 7th annual Global Powers of Consumer Products identifies the world’s 250 largest consumer products companies, as well as industry trends and M&A activity.
  • Workplace of the future is (almost) all about me
    New research examines how the workplace of the future will be designed around individuals instead of institutions, and will operate like interconnected hubs, allowing people to select work spaces that suit their changing needs and wants.
  • Global businesses are seeking new ways to develop talent and demanding more from their change programs: Deloitte survey
    Close to ninety per cent of global business leaders and human resources (HR) executives are building new ways to develop talent.
  • Pernicious Performance Appraisals: A Critical Exercise
    A critical thinking exercise investigated the impact of bias and chance on performance management decisions (promotion, termination, salary increases).
  • Expanding work-life perspectives: Talent management in Asia
    Does work life effectiveness mean the same thing to all employees in Asia? Recent research looking at work-life initiatives in global organisations in Asia
  • Self-serving bias on job analysis ratings
    Does our own competency at a certain task influence the value we place on that task? It seems so.
  • Social Media Strategy: How to leverage Social Networking Sites while maintaining a fair and inclusive recruitment process?
    The growth in popularity of Social Networking Sites has revolutionised the recruitment experience for both candidates and employers. But what about the impact it has on diversity?
  • Candidate characteristics driving initial impressions during rapport building: implications for employment interview validity
    Does unconscious bias play a role in the recruitment process? Recent research suggests that initial impressions can influence the interviewer’s evaluation of a structured interview.
  • Changing things up in recruitment: Effects of a “strange” recruitment medium on applicant pool quality and quantity
    How can organisations differentiate themselves from their competitors in the labour market to achieve a higher quality and quantity of applicants during recruitment?
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