All items: Recruitment and retention

  • ATS Euromaster scoop Talent Management Award

    6 May 2016

    Faced with a long period of financial instability, Tyre company ATS Euromaster implemented a range of talent management initiatives. It's efforts paid off and it won the Talent Management Award at the Personnel Today Awards 2015.

  • Retaining female talent: support for parents brings rewards at Citi

    11 January 2012

    Finance group Citi wants to increase the proportion of senior women in its workforce and has developed award-winning, family-friendly support programmes for parents of young children to help achieve this goal.

  • Strategic reward at Senergy

    23 September 2011

    Energy services company Senergy has reshaped its rewards programme, putting greater emphasis on linking business objectives to employee benefits.

  • Graduate recruitment at Lancashire County Council

    29 November 2010

    Lancashire County Council has introduced a number of initiatives to enhance the quality of its graduate recruitment programme, including a comprehensive induction programme and a targeted communication programme with line managers.

  • How e-learning can boost sales and improve employee retention

    8 September 2010

    Sky's "Get up to speed" e-learning portal has reduced the broadcaster's staff induction time by one week and improved retention and performance among new joiners. A similar solution introduced by wholesaler Spicers has helped boost sales among its distributors.

  • DVLA moves recruitment and assessment back in-house

    12 July 2010

    By bringing responsibility for assessment centres back in-house, the DVLA has improved the effectiveness of the recruitment process and realised considerable cost savings.

  • Energy provider focuses on family-friendly flexible benefits

    9 July 2010

    E.ON has re-packaged its employee benefits into a flexible benefit scheme and taken steps to maximise the take-up of family-friendly benefits, particularly childcare vouchers.

  • East Sussex County Council's work to create a worthwhile employer brand

    28 October 2009

    East Sussex County Council has transformed its recruitment advertising strategy and reduced its recruitment spend by creating an employer brand , "worthwhile work", that is designed to appeal to all sections of the community.

  • Case study: Ordnance Survey's journey to create a compelling employer brand

    27 August 2009

    Britain's national mapping agency, Ordnance Survey, looked to employer branding to ensure high levels of employee engagement and to rise to its recruitment challenges for roles in technology and sales.

  • How Middlesex University recruits people with disabilities

    20 July 2009

    Middlesex University is taking steps to promote the equal treatment of people with disabilities in recruitment, encouraging disclosure and fairness, and aiming to go beyond mere compliance with its public sector equality duty.

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