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Posted Rowan O'Grady, Hays Canada President on Friday, Jun 23, 2017
A key determinant of getting the best from your team is fully accepting that leading them is a core part of your job, and perhaps even the biggest, and most important part of it.
Posted Rowan O'Grady, Hays Canada President on Thursday, Jun 22, 2017
Every day, many people around the world make the brave and exciting decision to leave their current employer in pursuit of a new challenge. It’s an inevitable part of the world of work. However, despite this, hiring managers are often left in a state of shock or even panic when a member of their team hands in their notice unexpectedly.
Posted by Rowan O'Grady, Hays Canada President on Thursday, Jun 22, 2017
This question should be urgent for Canadian business leaders and managers because the Hays Canada 2017 Salary Guide finds that 62 per cent of employers expect business activity to increase, but only 35 per cent say they will increase headcount.
Posted by our Featured Contributor: Georgina Woodstra, CEO & Executive Team Coach on Thursday, Jun 22, 2017
It may sound crazy to ask the above question; after all, isn’t the answer obvious? Isn’t high performance just about consistently delivering results? Yes, in part, but I’d call that a performing team, not a high performing team.
Ultimately, a high performing team meets and exceeds its goals, and it does this by ensuring the team’s performance is more than the sum of its parts.
Why are high performing teams so rare?
Posted by Rowan O'Grady, Hays Canada President, on Thursday, Jun 22, 2017
The reasons why employees leave are changing. It’s no longer just about better pay or benefits but how happy an employee is in their workplace.
Making an adjustment to your company culture can play a role in reducing your retention risks.