When you bring new recruits into a company, you fully expect them to fit in and have a positive impact on the direction and success of your business. So it usually comes as a shock when one leaves so quickly.
Many of the world’s most successful businesses are known for addressing the link between corporate culture and the level of employee satisfaction, productivity and creativity – something you too need to keep in mind when you formulate your retention strategy.
Audio Boom once dedicated a podcast to workplace motivation, claiming most jobs evoked boredom to a certain degree – a topic that has since quickly gained traction.
The importance of employee rewards is recognised by an overwhelming majority of UK SMEs, which suggests companies that don’t acknowledge this could have staff retention woes.
With so many acronyms to juggle as a business owner, it’s easy to get confused, which is why we’ve produced a guide on the difference between ERP and CRM.
A new study has assessed how British employees feel about their jobs, resulting in a nationwide workplace happiness breakdown.
Most British workers have experienced bad leadership, according to a study, and Cardiff is the location where it’s most prevalent.
When it comes to seeking new jobs, it turns out that unhappy employees are most likely to begin the search for new jobs at the end of May.
The UK’s economic future is uncertain in the face of Brexit gloom, however this isn’t the first time we’ve been here.
When it comes to employees, Enterprise Rent-a-Car drives staff morale and retention by providing progression through a culture of training and internal promotions, Real Business has discovered.
When it comes to staff priorities to consider throughout this year, there are three standout things that businesses must be prepared for.
For the first helping of Corporate Insights in 2017, we’ve spoken with Rackspace to hear how, and why, the company’s “fanatical support” office design fits into the operation.