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Top 5 tips to improve employee retention

Recruiting top talent is a priority for any hiring manager but keeping hold of these employees is what will set you apart from other businesses.

GDPR and psychometric assessments, by Thomas International

Thomas International is committed to supporting data protection, and want to reassure you that taking Thomas assessments has no negative data implications and that we are a...

WEBINAR REPLAY: Minimising bias in decision-making

Focusing on three areas (recruitment, promotion and succession, and appraisal and development), this webinar gives you all the answers you need on bias in the workplace:

Identifying high potential and adapting to a changing world of work

The question of work is always the question of potential. Who has the capability to do well today and, even more importantly, who has the potential to perform even better t...

ThomasTalks podcast: "What’s stalling progress for women at work?"

Gender bias is the zeitgeist of the time we live – yet the stark reality remains that it’s still very much an issue in the corporate world.

[Video case study] Assessing adverse impact in recruiting talent at Harvey Nash

Harvey Nash are a global recruitment company that values the importance of diversity. In 2016, they partnered with Thomas International to evaluate whether there was any ev...

Taking the pulse of diversity around the world

What is diversity? Ask a number of people this question, and you’ll get a number of different answers back.

[Whitepaper] Unlocking the power of diversity in your business

Diversity and inclusion is a hot topic in the corporate world in 2018, from the reality of the gender pay gap becoming further exposed to increasing anti-diversity scandals...

Succession planning: How to do it right

Employees leaving your business can have a significant impact, both in terms of cost to the business and the psychological impact on employees, the latter of which is likel...