On this week's podcast, we discuss employee recognition. We look at the business benefits of building a culture of recognition, and how to introduce an employee recognition scheme.
With data playing an increasingly critical role in successful HR initiatives, new analysis from XpertHR Benchmarking reveals the five key HR metrics for 2016.
In this week's XpertHR podcast, we discuss XpertHR's recent employee engagement survey which focuses on what factors need to be taken into account to increase employee engagement.
Good practice guidance on employee recognition, including the aims of a recognition scheme, developing the business case for and designing a recognition scheme, and communicating the recognition scheme to the workforce.
Levels of employee engagement may have increased in 40% of organisations over the past year but a total of 40% of organisations describe engagement levels as 'reasonable' at best, indicating there is room for improvement. XpertHR's survey considers the factors that help engage employees and identifies current trends in this area.
With 40% of organisations describing employee engagement levels as "reasonable" at best, there is a need for employers to consider how best to assess it at their organisation and adopt initiatives that could result in a more engaged workforce.
While organisations benefit from boosting levels of engagement, it is rarely a case of "one size fits all" when it comes to the methods used. It is worth considering the contrasting initiatives and channels that will appeal to different age groups.
This guide explains the terms and categories used in XpertHR's Absence rates among employers in the UK.
Our survey of HR analytics focuses on the key data that HR practitioners gather, its quality and key problems they face turning the data into usable, measurable HR metrics.
We examine the findings of the XpertHR's 2015 benefits and allowances survey on childcare, location, volunteering time and a variety of the other diverse benefits that employers provide.