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Retention remains a top priority in HR strategy

Many HR teams are focusing, it’s recently been reported, on how best to retain their top talent as it has been revealed that the way to increase productivity now lies with pinpointing your best employees and helping them increase their output. HR teams are looking at how implementing retention plans and providing great performance reviews that can nurture the workforce and keep them for the long term – driving down recruitment costs and, it’s hoped, pushing up productivity levels. Therefore the ability to properly monitor and record the development of your talent has become a priority for many businesses – enabling them to maintain an ongoing record as to the individuals’ progress, as well as any discussions and plans that are put into place. Action HRM is perfectly positioned to help with talent performance management as part of an integrated HR platform. Enabling businesses to manage all aspects of...

Great article by Dave Kerpen 17 Things You Should Never Say to Your Boss

There is a great article just posted recently on on Linked in by David Kerpen “17 Things You Should Never Say to Your Boss”. It outlines some thoughts from new age CEO’s on leadership, honesty, hiring qualities they look for in employees. It also highlights the importance of honesty, openness for productive workplace and a healthy workplace culture.

Well worth a read for employee, managers and Human Resource (HR) employees.

I’m not sure what this google employee was trying to prove. The quote from the article could indicate the anonymous person may already be an ex-employee.

‘I Agree to Disagree’

“Whether it is said explicitly or passive-aggressively, this mindset has no place in startup culture. Those who have this mindset should either found their own startups or go work in big corporate America where this goes unnoticed. At a startup, you’re either all the way in or all the way out.”