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How has performance management changed following the emergence of less hierarchical business structures?
Justifying investment in employee development is challenging but achievable, according to Cornerstone OnDemand
Cornerstone’s recent research explored what motivates people to stay in the Civil Service, covering a number of factors from job security and pensions, right through to coaching opportunities and learning and development schemes. Here's what we found
How can you retain civil servants in 2015?
Cornerstone research recently investigated what people look for – and more importantly, prioritise – when considering a career in the civil service. Here are some of the findings
The days of having a job for life are long gone. Research has indicated that on average people will have seven careers in their lifetime and whilst the need to move on to a fresh challenge isn’t surprising, are some organisations missing a trick? Research carried out by Cornerstone OnDemand across Europe found that over three quarters of organisations (77 percent) understand that internal recruitment is critical; however, 54 percent do less than a third of their recruitment from existing talent. So why the disconnect?
As the civil service gears up to meet the challenges of 21st century government, new skills and capabilities are vital. Yet in a time of restrained public spending, attracting and retaining skilled employees has never been so challenging.