Category Archives: Human Resources

LIengagement The engagement revolution: Is HR ready?

A quiet revolution is taking place within businesses, and HR must react. Over the last few years there has been a revolution in the workplace, one that has seen employees rise up and take power from business leadership. Yet it has been a subtle revolution, and one that most businesses are yet to come to terms with.…

Group of young people holding a world globe. Mixture of teenage boy and girl students looking at a map of the world and talking outdoors at sunset with lens flare Insights into leading an international workforce

Whatever industry you’re in, it’s likely that you have globalisation initiatives on your radar. Many business leaders get overwhelmed by the amount of hours they have to put in because budget restrictions limit hiring ability, can’t find the right people, or are just unable to delegate. However, loosening the reigns and assigning tasks to the…

LI_consulting15 3 ways to show your employees they matter

When the economy is down, nurturing employees goes to the back burner in many companies. As a result employee morale and engagement begin to slide. When the pendulum swings and the economy strengthens, as it always will eventually, responsive leadership shift energies towards driving competitive edge innovations and operational volume initiatives, thus dimming the spotlight…

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[url=http://www.istockphoto.com/search/lightbox/9786738][img]http://dl.dropbox.com/u/40117171/group.jpg[/img][/url] Lift your Onboarding Game

As a HR Consultant, the number of talented employees that tell me they are actively looking for an exit strategy from their current companies continually surprises me. Any great Talent Acquisition strategy can be rendered useless without equal concentration being paid to talent retention. So, what can a company do to minimise risks of losing…

LI_consulting 6 tips to brighten a dreary Employer Brand

An effective Employer Brand exhibits your company is a first-rate place to work for best-suited employees and candidates. But what if your company isn’t projecting an image of a first-rate employer? Perhaps a recent redundancies, critical press, or industry perceptions of unreasonable workloads is limiting your success of retaining and attracting the top talent needed…

Group of People and Human Resoures Concept Foresights for HR in 2016

The rapid advancements in technology, digitisation initiatives and globalisation of industries have redefined the role of Human Resources around the world. To understand what the future holds for HR professionals around the world, we spent the last month talking with our global network of HR professionals discussing their ideas and predictions for the year ahead. Our…

German payroll with euro banknotes How to set a Recruitment budget

Having navigated several companies through today’s inescapable swings and roundabouts of global economies, I know all too well the challenges of creating and sticking to a Recruitment budget that generates the most qualified candidates at the lowest cost to the business. Developing a Recruitment Budget is largely determined by the following: Overall hiring goals How…

FB_digital Digitalised Leadership

Digitalising training makes learning more engaging and allow facilitators to be more creative with visual and branding effects, as well as allowing for subtitles for multilingual workforces.

FB_consulting8 Employer Brand potboilers

In 2016, I’ve decided to make it my mission to prove that crafting an effective employment brand is really not that hard to do. Recently, there’s been so much talk about the need to have an attractive and engaging Employer Brand that every Recruiter, Hiring Manager and HR professional feel the weight of business responsibility to…