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How to Attract and Retain Talent

How to Attract and Retain Talent

The costs of employee turnover are catastrophic. Estimates are $600 billion in 2018 and nearly $680 billion in 2020 (Rogers, 2020). Moreover, ⅓ of that turnover was attributed to unsupportive management and few development opportunities. It seems somewhat...
Physical Wellbeing at Work

Physical Wellbeing at Work

Wellbeing is more than just being healthy. It more broadly encompasses the “feel-good factor”. The World Health Organisation defines wellbeing as a state of complete physical, mental and social wellbeing, not merely absence of disease. There is evidence to suggest...
The power of Groupthink and Organisational Impacts

The power of Groupthink and Organisational Impacts

The term ‘groupthink’ was coined by psychologist Irving Janis in 1972.  Groupthink is a phenomenon that occurs when the desire for group consensus overrides people’s common-sense desire to present views to the contrary, critique or express an unpopular opinion....
Why HR Managers Should Care About Behavioural Biases

Why HR Managers Should Care About Behavioural Biases

Humans are constrained by what psychologist, Herbert Simon, called “bounded rationality”. This states that humans will make decisions based on the limited knowledge they can accumulate, instead of making the most efficient decision. Behavioural biases refer to...
Alternative Work Social Ideas to the Pub

Alternative Work Social Ideas to the Pub

What better way to provide rewards and recognition to your office than a work social. Wanting to organise an activity but not sure what to do that is inclusive for everyone? The Pub can be a popular choice – work or dinner drinks are an easy option. However,...