A candid interview with Josie Mortimer, HR Director at WW UK, on all things HR.
Tags: Company culture
Fashion chain Ted Baker said it would investigate claims against CEO and founder Ray Kelvin relating to his habit of hugging business colleagues.
HR departments can play a big part in successful business mergers since cultural integration plays a key part in the story.
Culture fit set to become a big recruitment story next year.
Candidates may be swayed by salary, but there are a variety of other factors they look for when considering a new role.
As HR’s focus has been shifting to highlight the needs and expectations of individuals, personal identity is becoming increasingly important but are the ways we choose to express it acceptable in a professional environment?
UK employees are leaving their jobs because they are denied information about their organisation in the workplace, according to new research released today by KPI dashboard specialist, Geckoboard.
Flexible working is more feasible than ever as 86 percent of UK households are found to have access to the internet according to the latest figures from the Office of National Statistics (ONS).
In this case study, Dan Look examines how Baringa’s “Culture Club” makes a difference to employee engagement.
Over half (61%) of UK employees find their relaxation time disrupted by work when taking annual leave, finds research from the Institute of Leadership & Management (ILM).
Employees want a ‘family feel’ in their organisation and one that is ‘held together by loyalty and tradition’. Many workers want a different company culture to the one they currently work in.
Bringing in new technologies need to be implemented in a constructive manner and ensuring that staff are trained and knowledgeable when using new technologies.
A survey of L&D professionals highlights that practitioners who provide versatile training with the aim of supporting long-term, sustainable business growth, will be of the most value to staff and the wider business.
New research reveals that UK businesses are struggling to meet the demands of post-recession candidates as employees are now more incentivised by a better work-life balance and company culture.
A positive company culture can mean the difference between long-term dedicated staff and the time and financial costs of replacing talent that aren’t satisfied with their environment.