Capitalise Organisational Health & Employee Engagement
MILE Webinar Management System MILE Webinar Management System
Date:
Tuesday, May 9th, 2017
Time:
3:00 PM KSA / 12:00 Noon GMT
Speaker:
Hawa Charfaray

Description Profile You Will Learn

Employees are the keys to the success of an organisation. Effective management practices ensure that employees remain with the company and produce quality work. If not properly managed, developed or valued, or being engaged properly, key employees investigate the prospect of better career opportunities in other organisations.

Data emerging from the annual Deloitte Best Company to Work for Survey suggests that, what employers regard as important is typically not what employees are most concerned about. And therefore, the term ECOMETRICS (Measuring human Adaptability to the Work Environment and Culture).

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