In the following eBook we’ll cover what an employee retention strategy is, why it’s important, and the difference between strategy and tactics, before identifying the 6 key steps you need to take to develop a strategy that retains your ‘everyday heroes’.
Employee engagement in challenging times
In this eBook, you’ll learn how to manage and improve employee engagement — no matter what the outside world throws at you. Read best practice and how to justify the cost to decision-makers.
The State of Employee Engagement 2022
The fifth edition of our research paper – The State of Employee Engagement 2022 – combines survey data from over 300 HR professionals with actionable insights on how organisations can win the war for talent.
Steering your leadership teams: A how to guide for HR
Our latest eBook ‘Steering your leadership teams: A how to guide for HR’ looks at how views on leadership have changed, the impact this has on employee engagement and what key skills leaders now need.
Employee Engagement & Experience: A metrics framework
Our new eBook ‘Employee Engagement & Experience: A measurement and metrics framework’ identifies which people and organisational metrics you should measure and how to link them back to business performance.
Your first 90 days
as a new HR leader
From developing your credibility early to setting strategic priorities, our new eBook ‘Your first 90 days as an HR leader’ offers 7 top tips on how to make your new role a success – with a bonus section on mistakes to avoid.
Five cultural challenges and
how to overcome them
As businesses grow rapidly and expand their headcount, it can bring challenges for maintaining company culture. Our ‘Fast Growth’ eBook identifies these challenges and explains how you can overcome them.
The State of Employee
Based on unique insights from over 300 HR professionals and organisational leaders, The State of Employee Engagement 2021 report reveals HR’s biggest priorities right now – register your details to receive a copy!
Four steps to create a
more inclusive culture
Using the Learn, Plan, Act, Realise cycle, this guide gives you a practical four step model to follow to create a more inclusive culture and how you can prioritise EDIB at your organisation – register your details to receive a copy!