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Downloads Home > Human Resources / Human Capital Research Briefings (This page) Corporate Social Responsibility is not just a PR policy to make your organisation look good in glossy external communications – a new piece of research shows how important it… Millions of people work virtually and remotely, both full and part time, subcontracting and freelancing from around the world, often for organisations in completely different countries. The output of… People are usually a significant proportion of most organisations’ competitive advantage. You don’t want large swathes of your talent leaving. Not only is this costly, but it can be… New Research has shown that Human Resources Management (HRM) tends to do best when it is tailored to the needs of individual departments, rather than operating on a ‘one-… With the costs associated with turnover being estimated at 1.5 - 2 times the cost of an individual employee’s salary, a high employee turnover rate can be extremely expensive… Research from the hospitality sector has shown what drives employee empowerment at an individual level. The chief reasons that hotel staff are given greater power (‘empowerment’) tends to be… Research around the world consistently shows that employee engagement is at fairly low levels in most jobs. Unlike robots, human performance varies, waxes and wanes and runs in cycles.… A systematic review of literature that looked at military and emergency service personnel has found that some tests that are currently used to predict incidences of post-traumatic stress disorder… Poor organisational politics has been shown to lead to turnover intention among staff in a range of studies around the world. The definition of organisational politics is where individualism…


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