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Corporate culture, not illegal, but very damaging

AWB had a "closed culture that did not accord with the statements in AWB's code of conduct," said Mr T Cole.

EVENT: Insync Surveys presents at the HR Leadership Asia Pacific Summit

James Garriock, Insync Surveys' Chief Operating Officer, is presenting the latest research into why different groups of employees leave jobs in the current ...

RESEARCH: Insync Surveys research shows that nearly 90% of employee turnover is avoidable

Insync Surveys has released The Insync Surveys Retention Review, a report into why different groups of employees leave organisations in the current Australian market.

EVENT: HR forum sponsorship

We're proud lunch sponsors at the Strategic Human Resource Forum 2007 on 20 September at Crown Casino, Melbourne.

EVENT: Insync Surveys presents at Information Technology in Aged Care Conference

James Garriock, Chief Operating Officer at Insync Surveys, will discuss how a best practice framework of Board effectiveness can be applied and measured. In his ...

Business excellence councils outperform corporate counterparts

Insync Surveys, formerly Ambit Insights and Rodski Survey Research, has released benchmarked staff survey results for nine best practice local governments from ...

WHITE PAPER: Conducting Employee Surveys in China

With the growth of the Chinese economy and endeavours by global organisations to build businesses in China, discovering "what Chinese employees think" has received ...

EVENT: Insync Surveys sponsors iNet Australia 2007 National Conference, Melbourne

Insync Surveys is proud to sponsor iNet's National Conference: Essential Questions for Schools and Communities: to transform today for tomorrow. The event will ...

PRESS RELEASE: Insync launches 2006 library results: CAUL hits an all time high

Insync Surveys, formerly Ambit Insights and Rodski Survey Research, has launched the Council of Australian University Librarians (CAUL) members' 2006 Library Client ...

Insync Surveys is a proud supporter of Diabetes Australia – Tasmania’s 2007 Pollie Pedal

Nicholas S Barnett, Insync Surveys' CEO, rode in this year's Pollie Pedal to raise funds for Diabetes Australia - Tasmania.

PRESS RELEASE: Insync Surveys grows its Library Client Survey capabilities with a new appointment

Insync Surveys, formerly Ambit Insights and Rodski Survey Research, has appointed Michael Samarchi as a Client Relationship Manager to grow its presence in the ...

PRESS RELEASE: Rapidly expanding survey group now called Insync Surveys

Insync Surveys is the new name for the stakeholder survey companies formerly known as Ambit Insights and Rodski Survey Research.