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. The truth is that awareness amongst the general public of mental health issues is now very good and this can…
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.
The Liberal Democrats have called on employers to report on their ethnicity pay gap announcing that they want to hold the government to account on their inaction.
The digital revolution has created a new ‘riverbed’ where talent can be found. 82% of job seekers now search for new roles online, so the modern equivalent of a ‘shallow gold pan’ is a mobile hiring strategy. Andreas Lohff discusses how we can utilise the ‘golden rules of assessment’.
The Work and Pensions Committee has published contracts from Uber, Deliveroo and Amazon as part of its review in to the gig economy, with one MP calling the Uber contract “gibberish”.
According to Gallup, companies with a highly engaged workforce outperform their peers by 147% in earnings per share. Employee reward experts Achievers discuss how recognition is key to success and how to build a business case to support this.
At Bond Dickinson, HR have taken the role of spearheading the drive for health and wellbeing at work. Katherine Hogg details the methods in place to ensure wellbeing targets are met within the organisation. Whenever I go to a networking event or read an article, Health and Wellbeing seems to be the go to topic.…
It’s all very well having a health programme in place at work, but are we actually aware of the law that obligates us to provide this service to our employees? Sarah Calderwood explains to us more with case studies.
The fast-changing world of apps, social media, video technologies, games and VR is having a dramatic impact on HR processes. How can we use digital recruitment to our advantage?
What can employers do to create workplaces that support the mental and physcial wellbeing of employees? Louise Aston discusses how healthy workforces in turn become more profitable and productive.
How are diversity and wellbeing connected? Does seperating the two make a wellbeing strategy limiting? Rachel Arkle from Yoke Consultancy points ou the three signs why your diversity programme might be missing the point
How can you develop an effective wellbeing strategy and put it into action? Andrew
Spells, Head of Wellbeing at the British Council discusses the methods he has taken to ensure wellbeing at work.
Presenteeism is an ever growing issue in today’s modern workplace. How can Group Income Protection, Employee Assistance Programmes and Second Medical Opinion services help to shape the way we help our employees at work?
A recent report jointly published by the Petitions Committee and the Women and Equalities Committee illustrates that wearing high heels for a prolonged period of time can cause both short and long-term damage to workers’ health and wellbeing.