Retention

Retention Archives

How to guide for navigating the changing economy

Staff retention is often affected during challenging times - the age-old rule is, it usually costs more to hire new staf...
labour

SMEs on the road to recovery despite challenges

The retail, hospitality and tourism sectors were the best performing in terms of increased employee numbers, with a net ...
positive

SMEs confident about growth despite workforce volatility

"Our small and medium-sized businesses are a bellwether for the wider economy...when SMEs thrive, economies grow, and Au...
spaces, downsize

Does Gen Z still need the office?

While Gen Z likes to challenge the status quo, many young workers are deeply invested in their professional growth and w...

Three ways small-business owners can beat inflation

Inflation in Australia is sitting at 5.1 per cent – the highest the nation has seen since 2001, while wage growth is onl...
people, heart

Why putting people at the heart of organisations is essential to business performance

People are an organisation's greatest assets, and putting them at the heart of it can help the business maximise its pot...
return to office

Return to office mandates could be worsening workplace relations

There is a growing conflict between management and employees on how people should work and the future of the office and ...
Generation Z, age

How does business recruit and retain disengaged Gen Z?

Gen Zs are a lot more in touch with their emotions, yet often without the proper processes for dealing with a heightened...
salaries, salary

The reality of hiring in 2022 – increasing salaries and a talent shortage

Satisfying the workforce's intrinsic wants and desires is necessary, but so, too, is the need to pay your basic business...
talent acquisition, leadership practices, barriers

David vs Goliath: how start-ups battle it out for talent acquisition and retention

Small businesses and start-ups can adopt new and bold ideas quickly, listening intently and acting on the feedback of st...