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Availability of key skills threat to organizational growth

(posted on 07.02.2015)

The PwC Global CEO Survey Report for 2015 identifies over-regulation, availability of key skills, and the government response to fiscal deficit and debt burden as the three biggest threats...

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There Are Ways to Prevent Empty Labor

(posted on 19.01.2015)

Swedish sociologist Roland Paulsen's dissertation Empty Labor – Subjectivity and idleness at work has attracted a lot of medial attention. In the dissertation, Paulsen studies how and why people do a lot of other things than work at work, which he calls empty labor.

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A Call for Higher Transparency in Employee Costs

(posted on 15.01.2015)

The leaders of Svensk Handel, Almega, Teknikföretagen and Svenskt näringsliv argue for higher awareness and transparency when it comes to how much employees cost employers.

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We Need Knowledge to Be Better Leaders

(posted on 09.01.2015)

"We must see a rebirth of the concept of leadership", says Erik Ringertz, CEO of Netlight in an article in Chef. This prize-winning and appraised leader discusses the leadership of the future together with a number of experts in connection with a survey conducted by Chef.

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Will You Have Enough Managers in the Future?

(posted on 18.12.2014)

Svenska Dagbladet Näringsliv reports that it is expected to be harder to recruit managers in the future. There is not even today a sufficient supply of managers in the labor market...

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Pensions fall into oblivion – and costs a great deal of money

(posted on 13.12.2014)

Dagens Nyheter reports that four out of ten people that had a new job during the last three years cannot recall if occupational pension was even mentioned in the recruitment process.

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What Drives the Motivation of Your Employees?

(posted on 01.12.2014)

"There are wealthy gentlemen in England who drive four-horse passenger-coaches twenty or thirty miles on a daily line, in the summer, because the privilege costs them considerable money; but if they were offered wages for the service, that would turn it into work and then they would resign." - Mark Twain, in Tom Sawyer

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Do You Derive at Conclusions Before You Know the Facts?

(posted on 20.11.2014)

"It is a capital mistake to theorize before one has data. Insensibly one begins to twist facts to suit theories, instead of theories to suit facts." – Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, in the Complete Adventures and Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes

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Top five ways to motivate employees

(posted on 28.09.2014)

To a great number of businesses and organisations, people are one of the most important assets. Every company needs creatives, decision makers and visionaries, but equally important are the employees on the front line who give their all for the cause day-by-day.

If businesses want to maximise output and drive revenue, they need to get their staff members working as effectively as possible. But how should they go about this?