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Case Study: Linking Employee Engagement to the Bottom Line

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While the jump from employee engagement to ROI may be more than an intuitive leap of faith, little research has been able to draw a direct link between the two. With the help of a national restaurant chain, DecisionWise compared engagement measures with performance fact... More »

Seven Golden Rules for Calculating ROI

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There are seven golden rules that hold the key to constructing workable and accurate ROI calculations. They are: Everyone starts from a different place. Benefits need to be calculated in financial terms. It is your business case. Estimate conservatively. Everything has ... More »

The Purposes and Benefits of Evaluation

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Why do we conduct an evaluation of a learning experience? Many times, we do not use the information or only give it a cursory review. Are there real benefits to conducting training evaluations? Some of the purposes for conducting evaluation include: To build relationshi... More »

Curing Chronic Turnover

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Chronic turnover at companies isn't quickly fixed even when the problem is readily apparent. Of course, there are times when employee turnover is appropriate, such as unsatisfactory job performance, a poor job fit, or a shift in business needs. But that doesn't explain ... More »

Three Ways HRD Professionals Can Improve Their Credibility

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For decades, many human resource development programs have suffered from a poor image because organizational leaders, managers, and employees do not view them and their professionals as vital, contributing members of the organization. Some HRD programs are not perceived... More »