The concept of emotional intelligence (EQ) was popularized in a best-selling book by Daniel Goleman, who defines it as “the ability to identify, assess, and control one's own emotions, the emotions of others, and that of groups”. According to Goleman, emotional intelligence has five components: self-awareness, self-regulation, motivation, empathy, and social skills.
One of the biggest concerns employers face, irrespective of the work sector, is the growing employee attrition rate. A recent survey indicated that 67% of employers saw an increase in staff turnover in the last three years.
Having people leave regularly can impact the flow of operations and hamper productivity.
Keeping and nurturing top talent can be quite a challenge in today’s volatile and ever-changing job market.
Top employees want a rewarding and satisfying job that stimulates and challenges them. They also want good opportunities for career advancement - and clear paths to promotions.
Want to get the best talent searching for your latest job openings?
In a candidate-driven market, it's important to know what your potential hires are looking for in a new employer. Ultimately, staff today want more than just a great salary to help them decide who they should be working with.
Companies, especially startups, are known to introduce many innovative changes to business processes and even the work environment (in general). This includes the improvement of work-life balance among employees, putting a premium on talent and productivity over output quantity, engaging customers before introducing product changes, and so much more.
Often in the job market it is more common for employers to emphasis what they are looking for in an employee, after all they are who will be paying your salary, so it is vital they get the best fit for the business. But what about what the employee wants? The relationship between employer and employee must mutually beneficial for long term success.
The theme we're focusing on this month is Workplace Health and Safety - so, we compiled this infographic outlining some key statistics surrounding workplace injuries in Australia.
The statistics come from Safe Work Australia's recent reports on workplace injuries.
As the employment market tightens, candidates are under more and more pressure to gain ‘an edge’ over the other applicants. To do this not only requires excellent communication at the interview - but also great preparation. The interview tips listed below will give you the advantage you need.
What issues do you face?
Western Australian Companies face a unique set of pressures in the business environment today and the mining sector is not immune to these.
The fast pace of change is wide and varied. Companies have little control over the pace and can spend time and money investing in areas that are not core to their business function and offer little return on the investment.
RecruitWest are the Experts in RPO
Recruitment Process Outsourcing (RPO) is basically the outsourcing of all, or part, of an organisation’s recruitment to a third-party recruitment specialist. When managed well, RPO can reduce the time needed to hire someone by up to 40 per cent and provide cost savings of more than 50 per cent.