Human Resources

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How to Retain Talent in India

Over the years, researchers have proven that when it comes to retaining employees, money does not buy happiness. Most human resources professionals know that while workers welcome pay raises, the boost in satisfaction that comes with extra money typically does not last, nor do raises alone keep employees loyal.

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HR Information Disclosure

Although most large corporations routinely collect data on employee turnover, benefits expenditures, training costs and so on, they rarely make that information public. But that could be a mistake, claim Fabienne Autier, associate professor of human resources management, and Rodolphe Durand, associate professor of strategy, both with E.M.

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Exploring Scale: The Advantages of Thinking Small

Sometimes large-scale operational efficiencies can mask opportunities. In their research, the authors found that small-scale operations provide significant advantages in four areas. Using case studies, the authors illustrate how companies in a wide variety of industries have found the hidden benefits of small-scale approaches, concluding that executives who learn when it is better to think small can have a potentially huge impact on their companies‘ long-term success.

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