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  • 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.

  • 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.

  • Using market pay to boost recruitment and retention in social care

    14 May 2010

    Care provider RMBI pays market leading rates to help it recruit and retain staff. This case study describes how RMBI uses market intelligence to set competitive pay rates for every job at each of its 17 care homes plus a subsidiary home providing care for adults with learning disabilities.

  • RSK's online induction improves retention

    14 December 2009

    A new online induction programme has helped environmental consultancy RSK to halve its labour turnover, make significant cost savings and improve communication across the organisation.

  • 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.

  • KPMG avoids redundancies through flexible working

    6 July 2009

    Professional services firm KPMG achieved an 85% take-up rate for its voluntary flexible working scheme, saving the firm £1.2 million in employment costs.

  • Transformed recruitment at NCFE aids retention and engagement

    22 June 2009

    Vocational qualifications body NCFE has introduced new employer branding and a range of innovative recruitment and selection initiatives that have radically improved its employee resourcing capability, boosted employee engagement and cut sickness absence.

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Case studies: HR and legal information and guidance relating to employee retention.