Why contributing to your employees’ wellbeing is good for business

According to our latest Employment Monitor, over 60% of workers don’t feel like their employer contributes to their wellbeing. In a time where our health is valued more than ever, failing to have a wellness offering can affect employee retention and hiring efforts. Employers need to stop looking at wellness programs as a non-essential perk […]...Read More >

Best Workplace Wellness Programs

What was once a luxury is now an essential part of keeping employees engaged. Giving your people access to health and wellness pro ... READ MORE >

How To Decrease Employee Turnover In Tech Companies

Turnover at tech companies is extremely high. In ten top tech companies such as Facebook, Google, Airbnb or Uber, the average empl ... READ MORE >

Why you should reconsider counter offers

In business employees come and go, but is there ever a good time to offer an employee a counter offer? It may seem like a good ide ... READ MORE >

Warning signs that your employee is about to leave

Employee turnover is one of the biggest concerns for employers. It's frustrating, time-consuming, and expensive to deal with. Acco ... READ MORE >

Do Your Employees Leave Because of You?

People Leave Managers Not Companies! According to a study by Gallup ‘State of the American Manager: Analytics and Advice for Leade ... READ MORE >

How companies can help with training in times of automation?

‘The Future of Employment; How Susceptible Are Jobs to Computerisation?’ study suggested that 702 professions risk extinction due ... READ MORE >

Recruitment metrics & analytics you need to monitor [Infographic]

It’s time to evaluate whether you have achieved your recruitment goals. What to measure? Our infographic will give you an idea of ... READ MORE >

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