“Britain needs a pay rise”. This is the slogan being heralded by trade unions and their members all over the […]
Exercise causes an overall work performance boost of about 15%, according to Leeds Metropolitan University and employees who exercised got more done at work, had a greater work capacity, and were sick less often.
The only problem? Employers aren’t keen to use work hours to allow employees to exercise. Should they? Ratna Singh looks at both sides of the debate to find the solution that best benefits businesses and their employees.
There is a trend for employment lawyers to be called in to protect the rights and reputation staff leaving businesses, to help prove that they are NOT guilty of stealing IP. How can digital forensic services and ‘ediscovery’ be used in these cases?
So how can HR professionals hope to become better business partners? Top tips and research by Paul Aldrich.
Stress is the normal physiological response of our body when feeling threatened or in danger. Whether facing real or imagined […]
For many years I have been using multisensory learning – both as a science teacher and a trainer/facilitator. This developed […]
As HR experts we’re no strangers to situations where employees are stressed and unwell. A significant number of the employees […]
Nestlé selected Kontiki to help engage and educate 140,000 employees worldwide using video. Today, it is used to give Nestlé […]
- Posted on Tuesday, November 25, 2014 | 1 CommentHighlights Total advertised vacancies shoot up to 936,596 in October 2014, growing 3.4% month-on-month and rising by 25.1% compared to […]
- Posted on Tuesday, November 25, 2014 | 1 CommentResponding to reports in the papers alledging that Labour Leader, Ed Miliband criticised “rogue” employment agencies, recruiting exclusively from abroad, for driving the […]
- Posted on Tuesday, November 25, 2014 | No CommentsThe candidate experience needs to be given greater priority in large-scale recruitment supply chains, finds new research
- Posted on Monday, November 24, 2014 | No CommentsEmployees whose innovation ideas were rejected once come back with more, according to research at Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus […]
- Posted on Monday, November 24, 2014 | No CommentsUK working laws changed in June 2014, giving most UK employees the legal right to request flexible working. But many […]
- Posted on Thursday, November 20, 2014 | No CommentsThank you to Accounting Princpals for today’s infographic. NB – if you cannot read the text, click the image and […]
- Posted on Thursday, November 20, 2014 | No CommentsWith calls yesterday for employers to invest more on training one traditional task for still figures high on the new graduate recruit's task list: making the tea.