Organisations might be losing workers for things they have no idea about, says Riges Younan
Companies spend roughly US$14 billion a year on leadership development programmes but one expert says they should be focusing on other areas instead
While performance reviews may be on the way out in a lot of firms, getting rid of them might not be all good news for HR
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Does your performance management system say more about you than your employees?
The financial services firm has scrapped multi-stage assessments in a bid to appease frustrated millennials
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Baseless accusations and a breach in “its duty to care” for their former agent were among the reasons behind the ruling
The new policy will also prohibit employers from requiring workers in the service industries to stand for long hours