This week’s HR Highlights – 7th February 2018

This week’s HR Highlights – 7th February 2018

This week’s HR Highlights – 7th February 2018

How do you prioritise your employees’ experience? Do you demonstrate the behaviours of a successful CEO? And are you guilty of using any of the most baffling office buzzwords?

We take a look at these topics in this week’s HR Highlights…


How to make employee experience a competitive advantage >>

More than half of chief executives and directors admit that their organisations care less about employee experience than the quality of service they give to their customers. But, this is changing…


Why the gender pay gap is a problem for men too >>

“Why aren’t more men shouting out about equal pay? All of us are dependent on women being paid fairly.” An interesting article from the perspective of Stephen Frost, the Founder of Frost Included.


A Survey of How 1,000 CEOs Spend Their Day Reveals What Makes Leaders Successful >>

Is it better to have a CEO who gets into the detail or one who stays at a high level? It depends, says Harvard Business Review, on what the business needs.

However most businesses are more productive with a leader who communicates a clear vision and sets the purpose.


Five Reasons you NEED Recruiters >>

Can you manage recruitment yourself? Of course, but the extra expertise of our hr inspire recruiting team, saves you time and finds you the right talent more cost effectively than you currently imagine. Find out how you could benefit…


15 of the most baffling business buzzwords >>

From “Peeling the Onion” to “Opening the Kimono” and “Making Hay”, Executive Grapevine share 15 of the most baffling, and commonly used, office buzzwords


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