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The benefits of a diverse team

By Alex Kokshoorn. Workplace diversity has been somewhat of a buzzword since the 1980s.
It is often a vague way to describe differences between employees and, far too often, represented by a stock image of people from different backgrounds, smiling and working together as a team.

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The hidden opportunities of exit interviews

By Anthony Ryan. When we consider exit interviews, we generally see an opportunity for an outgoing employee to outline their reasons for leaving, and flag any organisational issues that might have been too sensitive to raise.

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Benchmarking – an unhealthy obsession?

By Tom Caley. Having appropriately contextualised benchmarking data can be highly instructive, provided that it doesn’t distract too much from what our own customers are specifically saying about us.

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Do you need a degree to get a job?

By Kerry Sumner. Full disclosure, I don’t have a degree. When I left school, I thought I had an idea of what I wanted to do but I wasn’t sure. To help me figure out what I wanted to do before committing to a degree, I became a fan of doing shorter taster courses. And then the lure of travel happened.

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Ethics and data integrity

By Paul Burley. Ethics and data integrity – what happens when the organisation collating the employee feedback and engagement data uses the responses from employees to predict their future behaviour?

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