According to a survey conducted by Boston Consulting Group and The World Federation of People Management Associations in 2012, one of the key areas in which high-performing companies differ substantially from low-performing ones is their ability to do more to attract, develop and retain talented people.
It is not hard to see why _ we all know how powerful skilled workers can be. However, it is harder to determine how that goal of developing an enjoyable work experience can be achieved.
"Good people practices confer a performance advantage to enhance productivity and effectiveness," explained Eric Kung, CEO of Human Dynamic, a people-management consulting company.
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