Great Place to Work HR Manager Survey 2018 reveals interesting findings
Professor Patrick Flood, Co-Director of the DCU Leadership and Talent Institute and Associate Professor of Human Resource Management Na Fu from Trinity Business School, have compiled the Great Place to Work HR Manager Survey 2018. The results were recently published in Best Workplaces, a Special Report published by The Irish Times in association with Great Place to Work®
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The Great Place to Work HR Manager Survey 2018 is based on the responses of 95 HR professionals working in 95 organisations in both the private and public sector. Among the private sector companies, 63 percent are multinational companies and 37 percent are domestic. A wide variety of sectors are represented.
A selection of key findings can be summarised as follows:
53% of respondents believe that Brexit will have no impact on their business
86% of HR Managers acknowledge that GDPR will impact HR departments
88% of respondents feel that mental health is supported in their work place.
This post is a summary version of the full report findings, which can be found at the following links:
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