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Are you the right FIT?

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Are you experiencing good or bad fit at your job? Professor Karen Jansen talks the Mark Swain about how you can find your best fit and how to combat bad fit.

Who will stay and who will go?

As part of our Executive Education Return to the World of Work: Action Research Series, Karen looked at how we balance workforce planning and capability building, while maintaining our culture (to propel the organisation into the future).

The report, which includes recommendations for businesses, was based on learning and insights from sessions held with organisations from May-July 2020 (during the COVID-19 pandemic).

Download the Who will stay and who will go? report using the button (PDF file).

Published 29 April 2020
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