We are seeing a ‘possibility explosion’ from science and technology developments. How can you make your organisation ready?
How can HR use social media in a creative way to accelerate the recruitment process? Shelley Hoppe discusses the benefits of paid promotion and understanding the candidate.
Damaging the reputation of a business can be considered gross misconduct and it is important to act appropriately should you receive reports or evidence that one of your employees could have done so.
The act of recruiting has many innovations taking place, mainly within the realms of technology, but the approach to acquiring talent is changing too. Angela Love talks about how apprentice talent is changing the way people work at Active.
It’s all too common for HR professionals to get bogged-down with the administration around recruiting and onboarding new hires. So it’s hardly surprising when a new recruit sat behind a working computer with employee manual in hand is regarded as a job well done.
Adam Pennington, employment solicitor at the national law firm Stephensons, looks at proposals to deal with the huge upheavals expected in workplaces due to the ‘rise of the robots’
The group risk market, providing group life, group income protection and group critical illness is a real success story, covering more people than ever before as employers seek truly valuable differentiators in the war for talent.
Liz Cheaney, director of HR at Coffin Mews Solicitors discusses the Google gender debate and diversity in the workplace.
Recent research from the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) revealed that while the construction industry could lead the way in closing the gender pay gap, companies must do more to attract, retain and include women.
Eight months into his administration, Donald Trump seems to be shaking up his White House staff again with the ousting of his Chief of Staff and Director of Communications.
Following the controversy around the BBC and who is paid what, the broadcaster is under increased public and legal scrutiny
The publication of the BBC’s salary list has caused many people to question the rights and wrongs of paying high salaries to those who work at the corporation.
How can businesses actually get productive staff? Happy, fulfilled employees are engaged, empowered and perform better while the company benefits in measurable ways.
When it comes to the health and wellbeing of an employee, the employer is a key figure in ensuring they have the knowledge and tools available to keep healthy, both physically and mentally.
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.