Working in Britain: Older workers and women
- How to. . . recruit and retain older staff. Jackson, Ron; Osmond, Neil // People Management;5/15/2003, Vol. 9 Issue 10, p46
Suggests ways of attracting and retaining older employees. Benefits that must be highlighted to build a strong business case for recruiting older people; Suggestion to change how organization treats older workers; Issuance of pension and retirement benefits.
- Labour force set to see marked rise in over-50s. // Personnel Today;2/28/2006, p47
This article reports that the British workforce is set to rise by 6.7% over the next 14 years, from 30.1 million people today, to 32.1 million people by 2020. Projections from the Office for National Statistics show that from 2006 to 2015, the largest contribution to growth will be changes in...
- Asking the staff. Young, Steve // New Zealand Management;Sep98, Vol. 45 Issue 8, p74
Presents advice on how to design, implement and act on the results of staff surveys. Qualities of a well-designed survey; Description of culture-based surveys, customized surveys and off-the-shelf surveys; Ways of increasing the response rate to the surveys; Advantages of using external...
- Keeping employee turnover to a minimum. Josefak, Lisa // Long Island Business News (7/1993 to 5/2009);06/18/99, Vol. 46 Issue 25, p22A
Highlights key findings of a survey conducted by the Society for Human Resource Management's on human resource management trends in the United States. Leading tactics used by employers to boost employee retention; Top motivators for employees; Employees' views on the value of work recognition.
- How To Measure Employee Attitudes. Lyne, George E. // Training & Development Journal;Dec89, Vol. 43 Issue 12, p40
Provides tips for finding out what employees think and what it means for the company through employee attitude surveys. Three objectives of the survey; Analysis and evaluation of problems in assessing attitudes; Process of forming an attitude.
- Wanted: Best Places to Work for Business Journal's Lists. // Orange County Business Journal;2/17/2014, Vol. 37 Issue 7, p8
The article reports on the call of the journal for entries for the best places to work in Orange County, California, which will appear on its lists that are set to appear in July 2014 issue.
- ANOTHER LOOK AT EMPLOYEE SURVEYS. Johnson, H. John; Petrini, Catherine // Training & Development;Jul93, Vol. 47 Issue 7, p15
Focuses on innovations in employee attitude surveys and how they meet the needs of the 1990s. Purpose behind employee surveys; Major problems that have emerged with the administration and analysis of employee surveys; Involvement of line management in employee surveys; Inclusion of broader...
- Tough Times; Straight Answers. Folkman, Joe // Training & Development;Dec93, Vol. 47 Issue 12, p50
Provides tips on how to find a perfect time to conduct an employee attitude survey. Construction of survey questions; Importance of having a good reason when deciding to delay a survey; Steps when managers receive feedback on issues they cannot resolve.
- Survey Says... Eidson, Christy // Across the Board;Oct99, Vol. 36 Issue 9, p63
Offers suggestion on how a company can assess the actual aftereffects of employee surveys.