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If you want happy customers, you need happy staff.
Turning around a toxic work culture is one of the toughest things a retail exec can undertake in a business.
Candidates are looking beyond attractive salary packages.
In CEO circles, the conversation is shifting beyond challenging trading conditions or bricks-and-mortar versus online – even beyond Amazon.
Now that the 457 visa program has been overhauled, businesses will find it more difficult to hire international candidates.
“If you are seeing more than your fair share of turnover, it’s worth stopping and thinking why that might be the case.”
The challenge for retailers comes when there’s a disconnect between what values are posted on the staffroom wall and the reality.
Many in Australian retail still confuse tenure with experience.
Could an injection of talent be what’s required to lead to growth in an ever-changing and challenging retail environment?
It’s only by taking a ‘look under the bonnet’ that you can know what’s wrong with a business and how to fix it.
Is having postgraduate qualifications a necessity or a ‘nice to have’ for retail executives?
How does an organisation best determine the talent needed in the business today, and what will be needed by the business in future?
Why retail is now a very viable career path and not merely something young people ‘fall into’.
Does challenging the status quo on recruitment in retail lead to better outcomes for business?
How to find the best candidates to meet the demands of omnichannel retail.
A look at how retail executive salaries are expected to be impacted by changing market conditions in the coming year.
Why your employee value proposition could be the difference between you securing or losing top talent.
Is election season 2016 having an impact on the retail industry?
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