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|08/21/17||CEB Says Only 25 Percent Of Employees Trust That Their Colleagues Behave Ethically|
|To Reduce Misconduct, Companies Need To Stop Focusing Solely On The Tone At The Top
ARLINGTON, Va., Aug. 21, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Just one-in-four employees believe their teammates engage in and model ethical behaviors, according to a new study from CEB, now Gartner. With recent headlines proving cultural failures can lead to serious misconduct within organizations, it is imperative that companies build cultures of integrity or risk reputational and financial damage.
|08/11/17||CEB Convenes First Chro Global Leadership Board|
|Leading Heads of HR Will Come Together to Lead Peer-to-Peer Cross-Industry Collaboration
ARLINGTON, Va., Aug. 11, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- CEB, now Gartner, today announced the formation of the CHRO Global Leadership Board. The Board is comprised of senior HR leaders from the world's top companies with expertise in HR, talent management and executive leadership. The CHRO Global Leadership Board convened by CEB, now Gartner, will play a major role in influencing and advancing the HR community as t... |
|06/15/17||CEB Says Fewer Employees Plan To Stay With Their Current Employer Due To Increasing Confidence In The Global Labor Market|
|Companies Should Offer Greater Growth Opportunities And Recognition To Avoid Costly Attrition
ARLINGTON, Va., June 15, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Employees refuse to stay put. In fact, just under 33 percent intend to stay with their current employer, a 1 percent decrease from Q4 2016, according to CEB, now Gartner.
The survey showed employees also aren't working any harder. Data from the CEB Global Talent Monitor show only 16 percent of employees reported high ... |