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Poor data quality and a lack of clearly defined roles and responsibilities within the organisation are amongst the key challenges management faces when implementing vital strategic workforce planning (SWP), according to new research.

The researchers also found that a lack of methodology to execute a strategic workforce planning and the lack of support across all organisational units of the firm w...

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Providing clear, timely explanations help minimise the damage to employee morale in the wake of adverse changes, new research from Aalto University School of Business and others reveals.

Professor Marjo-Riitta Diehl and colleagues from Vlerick Business School, Católica-Lisbon School of Business and Economics, and University of Waterloo, discovered that workers vary in their level of attachme...

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With the economy experiencing several pointed issues like inflation, and a maybe-recession looming, mergers and acquisitions are quickly becoming a viable option – especially for start-ups. Evaluating their depressed valuations, start-up CEOs are re-positioning their businesses for an M&A deal in lieu of raising rounds of funding.

Experts believe that this re-positioning in response to the ma...

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Changing attitudes to work and home brought on by the Covid pandemic is causing huge challenges for business, a new global study reveals.

While good pay and benefits are regarded as ideal qualities in a job by 50%, having flexible or remote working is more valued (53%). Other important qualities are low stress (35%), feeling valued and respected (33%) and having a safe environment (27%). Baby boo...

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New research reveals that the diversity and inclusion efforts employed by organisations can have the adverse effect of alienating employees when employers fail to consider the needs and perspectives of all staff.

The study, conducted by researchers at Durham University Business School, the University of Birmingham Business School and Leeds University Business School explored the engagement and sa...

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Women-owned businesses performed worse during the pandemic, according to new research by emlyon business school published in the journal of Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice.

The study, conducted by Addis G. Birnhanu and her co-authors, investigated the implications of the pandemic on gender differences in business performance.

They found that women-owned businesses performed worse than their...

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Nearly three in four Americans say they are more likely to seek employment with companies that are committed to breaking down discriminatory hiring practices, according to an annual survey conducted by staffing and workforce solutions provider Kelly.

Kelly today revealed the findings from its annual Equity@Work survey that show Americans want companies to provide greater access to work for undere...

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Bankers have turned pessimistic in their economic outlook for the next year, with most anticipating tougher conditions overall, including higher funding costs and increased deposit competition, according to a new study by IntraFi Network.

In the fintech's latest survey, 46% of bank executives now predict overall economic conditions for banks will worsen over the next 12 months—a stunning jump...

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Cryptocurrency returns are immune to spillovers caused by changing international monetary policies, according to new research from Durham University Business School. The researchers state that cryptocurrencies may offer diversification benefits as a digital asset.

The study also found that interconnectedness between cryptocurrency returns and monetary policy spillovers were particularly large whe...

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