We are committed to our mission to inspire Best Employers to stand out. We therefore have created a series of videos about developments in HR.
It's not what you say, it's what you doOn July 13th 2012, Simon Barrow from People in Business addressed an audience of Britain’s Top Employer participants and other senior HR executives.
Employees want to be developed and employers offer opportunities to achieve this. We identified a best practice of two steps to increase participation in development programmes.
Your Employee Value Proposition (EVP) is defined by what you offer your employees. Based on our international research, we identified a best practice of four different steps to maximise the effect of your EVP on the attraction, retention and engagement of your staff.
Employers deal with the individual needs of their staff on an almost daily basis. When it comes to secondary benefits, each employee has his/her own wishes and desires.
Given the rather intangible character of human capital, HR is often seen more as software rather than hardware. The financial impact of the HR strategy is not measured consistently and most research into this topic is rather academic. So the main question is: how can you pragmatically measure the Return On Investment of your HR policy?
We are entering the second decade of the 21st century. In workforce planning, this represents one of the most challenging times that HR management has faced. Is your employer brand ready to face these challenges?