Businesses operating in shared offices and other buildings need to deliver in-depth “people intelligence” assessments when recruiting new employees to help them take their business forward, according to SHL.
In its fifth annual Business Outcomes Study, the global talent management firm revealed the positive results that can be achieved by businesses that use people intelligence information to make more informed decisions, reported Recruiter magazine.
David Leigh, chief executive of SHL, said: “Our findings clearly show that those organisations that leverage ‘people intelligence’ solutions for recruiting, retaining and developing top talent typically meet or exceed their internal performance goals.”
Businesses looking to maximise their productivity should also consider investing in online and mobile commerce.
A recent study from Retail Gazette found that e-retail was driving the retail industry’s profits.