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Human Resources use research briefings in a wide range of ways to enhance their organisation’s performance and to support employees effectively. Here are ten ways HR professionals use research briefings: 1. Decision-making HR practitioners often use research briefings to inform their decision-making process. When faced with a particular challenge or issue, they can review relevant […]Read more
Over the past few years, worldwide social and economic chaos from the pandemic has caused many organisations, including large multinational enterprises (MNEs), to struggle to remain competitive. Increasing innovation performance in any organisation is complicated and in multinationals this quest can be even more difficult. Open Innovation One of the key forms of innovation that […]Read more
Hostile, aggressive and abusive forms of leadership and supervision Hostile, aggressive and abusive forms of leadership and supervision are all too common in many businesses and organisations. Sustained hostile behaviour towards subordinates that includes non-verbal and verbal actions, such as: can cause a range of negative outcomes, such as: Power imbalances Power imbalances tend to […]Read more
Despite the efforts of scholars, diversity professionals and policymakers over the past century, structural inequalities still exist that disadvantage black, indigenous, people of colour (BIPOC) and women. These often unseen barriers are present throughout society, including in private and public organisations. New research has looked at the impact of passive and active forms of diversity […]Read more