In decision-making alone, the majority of the population use rational thought as their guide over their values, beliefs and emotions.
According to a new Bupa report published this spring, employee mental health is now a bigger concern for companies than physical health issues. Bupa has seen the number of people claiming on their health insurance for mental health treatment double in the last decade, and 65% of businesses surveyed say that employee mental health is now…
Fostering face-to-face relationships with peers in one’s own company is crucial to improving career experiences for both the employee and the manager, as well as creating a culture of leadership.
With under a month to go to the start of the 2018 FIFA World Cup, employers should be taking the necessary precautions to manage their own staff and ensure provisions are in place to keep productivity levels high
For businesses to stay flexible and innovative, it’s important to encourage learning. To do that, you must create an environment which puts learning, professional and personal development at the heart of your people strategy.
If you’re about to take an online video interview yourself, and wondering what to expect, or a recruiter who wants to provide the best tips and preparation material for your candidates, these 9 top tips are a must read.
This year, Mental Health Awareness Week (14 – 20 May) is shining a spotlight on stress. Here, Jaan Madan, Workplace Lead at Mental Health First Aid England, shares three ways to promote positive mental wellbeing in your organisation.
Ten years ago, not many people could say they saw the taxi or hotel businesses as ripe for innovation. I know I couldn’t. On the surface, neither Uber nor Airbnb look like a particularly threatening competitor. They don’t own vehicles or hotels. Their innovations were almost entirely driven by technology, making it possible for them…
The United Kingdom could reshape its economic future and unlock its share of £39.8 billion in untapped GDP if organisations were to optimise their workplaces, according to a new study by Ricoh and Oxford Economics, titled ‘The Economy of People’.
GDPR is just around the corner and HR professionals are set to be among the most significantly affected, particularly in terms of recruitment data. So how can companies ensure their HR departments are ready for the change in legislation?
No country is truly an island. The purpose of payroll is universal, but often the application is unique. International organisations need payroll systems that can adapt across borders, whilst being nuanced to the varying compliance requirements, legislations, and privacy laws in the local market.
It seems that some people are natural born leaders, and are comfortable taking the helm and making crucial decisions when called for, as well as being able to communicate effectively with lots of different kinds of people. However, anyone can be a strong leader if they adopt and maintain the right behaviours. Here are the five key traits to good leadership.
Advances in technology have changed the way we work beyond all recognition. Having the ability to be connected whenever and wherever has blurred the lines between home and work life
With a little over a month left until the General Data Protection Regulation takes effect in Europe, the Pillar Project’s in-house GDPR specialist, Michael Shea, examines how the new law will begin to affect the lives of private EU citizens.
The dynamic nature of business today is forcing companies to meet disruption and transformation head-on. Forward-thinking organisations are starting with a clean sheet of paper and rethinking their technology approach from scratch.