Showing staff how hard their colleagues are working can encourage them to boost their own performance, but employers must recognise where to draw the line between recognition and public shaming
Research reveals 10 ways for recruiters to read between the lines of what they see on applicant's LinkedIn profiles when vetting candidates
High performing managers set lofty targets for staff due to a distorted perspective that their own experiences are standard practice.
Personal objects could be the key to workers resisting enforced changes to the occupation of workspaces, such as hot desking, research shows
Not only are bonuses ineffective in encouraging attendance, research shows they can actually increase staff absence levels
Employees who find their work meaningful are more likely to offer constructive and innovative ideas, thereby increasing their work performance and ultimately contributing to organisational effectiveness.