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Recession-hit organisations need 'to invest in their best’ to boost employee engagement and to lead their company out of recession. Up-skilling is also a key factor when down-sizing, concludes Performance Management Review, a report on the views of 175,000 employees from some of the world’s biggest companies, published today by human resources consultancy ETS plc.

Experts in driving employee performance, ETS recommends companies take five steps to get the most from their down-sized workforces:

1. Address ‘redundancy’ morale. One third (34%) of employees say their employer isn’t motivating them to do their best work, which is not surprising given the prospect of redundancy. “Fear of redundancy and ‘survivor guilt’ will hit productivity at exactly the wrong time for companies...

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