Not only are there more performance and regulatory requirements than ever before, but organisations’ reach and interactions often extend across the globe, with varying requirements in each region. Technological advancement has demanded the rapid innovation of processes, ways of working and products in order to remain sustainable, efficient and relevant. Threats from international terrorism have put the world on ‘high alert’ and natural disasters are reported regularly; when and where the next large scale human catastrophe is going to strike is a real and imminent concern.
Today’s most powerful employer brands have an edge when it comes to attracting strong talent and creating highly engaged teams. They have a great story. They have strong advocacy. They have fierce loyalty. So why do so few companies take the time to invest building a strong employer brand? Because it requires commitment, resource and behavioral change across the whole organization.
Raised during a backdrop of economic volatility, financial crisis and debt, millennials don’t want to fall foul of the same crippling conditions their parents did. They see it as their responsibility to fix the world their predecessors ...Read more