Millennials now occupy a significant proportion of the workforce and represent 21% of the UK population. Find out 3 new ways to keep millennials happy in your organisation.
Technology is rapidly changing both our work and lives. Smart phones and social media are already “connecting” the world, allowing for instantaneous communication and access to an almost infinite amount of information at people’s fingertips.
Large or small. B2B or B2C. Profit or not-for-profit. UK or abroad. Employee wellbeing forms an important part of every business’ set-up.
In today’s economic climate, where Brexit and 2016’s seismic political shift have created instability during a period of unparalleled business disruption, it’s of little surprise that businesses entered 2017 with a degree of trepidation.
Companies often cite people as their most valuable asset, yet don’t take a people-centric approach when it comes to planning and organising for success. Anne Allen discusses how best to take this approach.
For the past few years, there’s been a lot of talk about the changing nature of work. More people are no longer as focused on following a linear career path where the sole intent is to move up the ladder in a specific field.
Research has shown that the issues of culture and engagement are top priority for organisations looking to integrate globally dispersed or virtual teams.
Rina Goldberg Lynch from leading diversity group Voice at the Table discusses 10 ways to leverage diversity as a business opportunity.
A company’s information is one of its most important assets, covering client lists to trade secrets and future business plans. Alan Price discusses how to take action with confidential information is being shared.
Adapt or die, isn’t that the old adage? While it may sound dramatic, it’s the new reality HR practitioners face in an uncertain business climate.
Visionary leadership is in demand. But how best to achieve this? Bonnie Hagemann discusses.
Corporate Social Responsibility programmes not only benefit local communities and the environment but also the business that runs it. Asmah Baig discusses how best to integrate one into the business.
These days, the subject of Mental health is frequently in the news, be it reporting the stretched NHS resources and long waiting lists or be it high-profile people sharing their stories or supporting awareness initiatives.
What do you want your employee engagement activities and programmes to achieve for your business? Better employee retention (reduced churn)? Improved alignment with corporate goals? An increase in desired behaviours? Or simply better company results?
Being a start-up is all about design-thinking and experimentation. You try various options, test hypotheses and develop contingencies to help solve customers solutions in a creative way. Thus, when confronted with the question; “Does the CV format works?”, we decided to conduct a simple experiment of our own.