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Hubb Consultants Blog

Read the latest news and stories around the world of work from Hubb and across industries most especially about new ways of working and activity-based working hottest buzz

How to Define Your Competitive Advantage The competitive advantage of your business is the ability to stay ahead of the competitions, whether it be the present competitors or potential future competitors.The common way to do so is typically through the evaluation of your organisational competitor’s strengths and weaknesses, and then assessing where you can improve and fill in the gaps.In turn, you will gain a strategic...

Why Your Surveys Are Not Working For many businesses, the idea of surveying is a quick and easy way to “talk” to customers and staff.Whether it be to receive feedback of a service or product, or to gain a broad understanding of your employee morale and loyalty, many of these surveys are long and tedious. At times they are also constructed to direct the reader to...

Employee Perks: Are They Enough? Throughout the past three weeks, Hubb has explored the ideology of employee perks and deconstructed its meaning, importance, impact and many other considerations. However, although employee perks are fun and great additions to the standard organisational benefits, are they enough?Perks are not bad in any way, in fact they have the potential to make the workplace more inviting, comfortable and interesting,...

Employee Perks: Perks That Can be Valued More Than a Pay Rise Over the past two-weeks, Hubb has explored the ideology of employee perks, discussing the blurred line between perks and benefits, and the significant impact they have on employee engagement and retention.Company perks remain a major opportunity for many businesses. A study described by USA Today, has reported that about 48% of employees would choose...

Employee Perks: The Impact on Engagement and Retention Last week we began exploring the ideology of employee perks, beginning with defining the blurred line between perks and benefits in the workplace.[caption id="attachment_17630" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Group of colleagues bonding on coffee break, chatiing, drinking coffee[/caption]It is not new knowledge that the most valuable resource of any organisation are the human resources. This is why it is important...

Employee Perks: How Are They Different to Benefits?This month, Hubb Strategic Consultants will be exploring the ideology behind employee perks throughout a four-part series.The topic of employee perks is one that is often a grey area in management, as the line between perks and benefits are often blurred, misunderstood and confused.So, what exactly is the difference between employee benefits and employee perks?BenefitsEmployee benefits are non-wage...

The 4 Trends Your Organisation Must Adopt in 2019: Part 4 Over the last few weeks we have discussed the trends that should be adopted by Australian organisations in 2019. So far, we have explored Human Centred Organisations, engagement, and wellness in the workplace; bringing us to the last trend in this four-part series, Workplace strategy.Workplace StrategyWorkplace strategy is a term which has quickly become a...

The 4 Trends Your Organisation Must Adopt in 2019: Part 3 The working environment is subject to many evolutionary changes, such as the past two weeks’ discussions of Human Centred Organisations and engagement. This week we will divulge into another workplace trend that is one to take on board in 2019.Wellness in the Workplace It is not always easy for employees to balance their work with their...

The 4 Trends Your Organisation Must Adopt in 2019: Part 2 Last week we discussed the concept of a Human Centred Organisation being one of the key trends for workplaces to adopt in 2019, and this week we will explore the concept of engagement in the workplace.EngagementWhile most organisations recognise the need for engagement, many only pay minimal attention to the idea, through basic annual surveys....