Here's how to mitigate unwanted collective turnover and manage IT talent retention during the reorganising of your IT unit.
Technology empowers human capital management to personalise approaches.
The high pace of the HR and payroll sector makes it difficult for the casual observer to keep up, says Anton van Heerden, managing director of Sage HR & Payroll.
The payslip could be the foundation of a completely new approach to empowering the workforce, through relevant, valid data, says Richard Firth, CEO of MIP Holdings.
The people represent the company's image and its ability to adequately deliver its service or product, says Anja Hartman, HR director for Softline VIP.
It is a moral imperative for organisations to share their success by investing in their less-fortunate fellow man, says Ashika Kalyan, chief marketing officer at Business Connexion.
Long-overdue human resource information systems have evolved into powerful, cost-saving systems, says Emile Bosman, HOD: HR Services at Softline VIP.
Too many organisations underestimate the impact of technology on their employees, says Emile Bosman, HOD: HR services at Softline VIP.
Staff members expose their employers to enormous threats on almost a daily basis, says Amir Lubashevsky, director of Magix Integration.
Investment in technology and infrastructure must be aligned to the organisation`s knowledge capital, says Robert Sussman, joint-MD of Integr8 IT.
The third wave of employee self-service will not only benefit computer-literate and tech-savvy employees, but all personnel, says Sybille McCloghrie, group business development director at COSA.
The ideal black ICT executive is a rare breed. So it`s a tough and costly battle for companies to attract and keep them.