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Downloads Home > Human Resources / Human Capital Research Briefings (This page) What motivates you at work? Is it all financial, or are there other factors that drive you? Do you work all the hours humanly possible or do you have… When businesses are growing it is tempting to see services like HR and L&D as a cost rather than a force multiplier. Often when people think of Human Resources… Much of the world we live in now was first imagined by science fiction authors 30 or more years ago. A classic example was from Star Trek, the mid… Are the goals of organisational culture change and HR the same? Human Resources teams are charged with selecting, advising and assisting with the development of the people in order… Human resources professionals were among the first to actively engage organisationally with and promote the use of the internet in the 1990s and now are among the vanguard in… Among people born around the turn of the century (2000 - ‘Millennials’), one of the major draws to working in a company is the opportunity to work abroad. Prior… A continual puzzle in organisations is how to improve performance. A new study looked at this issue from the perspective of work environments and the role that managers play… The most common form of work disengagement is what is termed withdrawal behaviours. Withdrawal behaviours take on either psychological or physical forms. Physical forms of workplace withdrawal Physical forms… An interesting study just published in The International Journal of Business and Management looks at the issue of trust in organisations. The objectives of the study were to: Examine…


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