The world of work. Work really is a world: aspirations, achievements, growth, encounters and moments that mark existence, and also vicissitudes and disappointments. But one aspect binds everything, interaction among people. It is the quality of the relations that decisively influences the quality of work and the attainment of goals. Thus it becomes crucial to deal with the activities with clear perception that the best results are obtained only by uniting together an appropriate selection and promotion of talents with a deeply systemic viewpoint.
This perspective allows, among other things:
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Why everything you know about Employee Engagement is wrong.
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Harrison's award-winning, cloud-based technology provides secure, job specific predictive analytics that enhance the candidate and employee experience. Our assessment science and technology saves you time and money, while enabling you to hire the best candidates and target development needs.
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Our Founder and CEO, Dr Dan Harrison, was recently featured in Entrepreneur with his article "Why everything you know about Employee Engagement is wrong". Engagement is crucial to organizational performance and yet it has been profoundly misunderstood by many. We strongly suggest you read and understand this article if you want to retain key staff. Read the original article here.