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Here is What You Need to Know about OKR's Best Practices

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Objectives and Key Results (OKRs) form a helpful goal-setting framework that helps improve the engagement of both the employees and managers, keeping focused and motivated to thrive for organisational success. OKRs are basically the process of defining your organisation objectives and tracks the outcomes of the progress after a specific period of time.

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Topics: Talent Management

Introduction to OKRs and Their Benefits: the Google's Goal Setting System

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The success of an organisation is normally defined by growth. And a constant and sustainable growth would require focused leaders and a workforce that understands their collective aims and priorities. Yet, ensuring the alignment between the leaders and their workers toward mutual goals is a challenging task without a suitable goal-setting and progress-tracking method. This is where OKRs come in.

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Topics: Talent Management

Foreign Managers’ Underperformance: Reasons and Solutions

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You hire a foreign manager, in your opinion, who has the right skills and experience. Your expectation is that the new manager will drive the company in the right track and double profit. However, for some reason, the manager doesn’t perform well or meet your expectations. The question here is do you attempt to work out the problem with the new manager or do you fire them?

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Topics: Talent Management

Most Singaporean CFOs Made Bad Hires and Here's Why

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Robert Haft, an American HR consulting firm, has conducted a survey on 150 Singaporean CFOs to collect the results and the accuracy of their hiring decisions. Surprisingly, the majority of the surveyed CFOs (98%) admitted having made the wrong decision when hiring new employees. With 24% (one in four) of them took only two weeks to realise that they have hired the wrong person.

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Topics: Talent Management

Leadership Development: What Can We Learn from Toys-R-Us Failure?

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Through various ups and downs, Toys-R-Us declared bankruptcy and completely shut down in June this year. Back in its glory days, it was the place that sparked joy for many kids, and its success was envied by many retailers.

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Topics: Talent Management

How to Balance Your Hiring Needs and Prioritise Recruiting Efforts

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Everyone expects the HR department to find replacements instantly when there is a job opening. Reality is there are a lot of tasks that engross every HR professional, leaving them very little time to find potential talents. Let's face it, no matter how hard you try, or how much resources your company has, you simply just can't fulfil every single vacant position.

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Topics: Talent Management

3 Tips for Recruiting and Hiring Recent College Graduates

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It’s that special time of year when a new batch of college graduates are getting ready to enter the workforce. As college seniors scramble to finish final papers, pass exams, perfect their resumes and enjoy what little time they have left on campus, they’re all on a mission to find the job of their dreams.

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Topics: Talent Management

[Infographic] 6 Key Features of a Quality Pre-Hire Assessment

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How do you – as a hiring manager, define a quality Pre-hire assessment? Today, the role of pre-hire assessments has progressively increased. They help identify the right fit for the vacancies at your company as well as predict the candidate’s performance in the future.

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Topics: Talent Management

The Impacts of Behavioural Science On HR (Part 2)

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As mentioned in Part 1, when looking for new employees, the recruiting advert will be one of the crucial features that attract the right talents with the same goals as the organisation. Moreover, the recruiter’s decision on who to hire can be notably influenced by their experience and assumptions, causing the hiring process to be frustrating for both sides.

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The Impacts of Behavioural Science On HR (Part 1)

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There have been many efforts to learn and analyse the drives behind the way humans behave, and more specifically, to understand how employers and candidates make decisions before and after the hiring process. It is revealed through behavioural science that most of our actions are decided under the influence of automatic, instinctive and intuitive thought processes.

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Topics: Talent Management

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