Promoting good health and wellness should also be an employer’s goal for 2018 so with this in mind, here is a summary of the six best workplace wellbeing initiatives and trends that businesses should look out for in 2018.
Productivity growth in the UK will continue to stall without Government and industry action to tackle a digital skills deficit in small businesses, according to new research from the Federation of Small Businesses (FSB).
There has been a lot of talking recently about Employee Experience. But what does it actually mean? With countless possible initiatives and opportunities to invest in, here is a methodical approach to ensure you deliver on what matters most.
Every business, no matter it’s size, relies on the performance of its employees; therefore, hiring the best candidates continues to be an ongoing priority for those employers striving for excellence.
Employer bias is leading three in 10 (29 per cent) senior managers to hire people just like them, risking business innovation and potential
Senior decision makers working for small businesses in the UK believe they’re being held back because of a lack of proper management training, according to a new survey.
With the UK facing an almost unprecedented skills shortage, employers are bracing themselves for higher staff turnover, as their employees are given the bargaining power to move on more quickly to their next role.
Primark and Sports Direct have been ‘named and shamed’ by the Government for failing to pay the minimum wage to thousands of workers.
Link between employee financial stress and business performance is ‘direct and undeniable’
Richard Lister: How employers in European jurisdictions should deal with workplace sexual harassment
Legal experts from the leading global HR and employment law firm alliance, Ius Laboris explain the legal position on sexual harassment at work in five European countries and best practice for employers
The more research we uncover around employee satisfaction and retention rates, the more apparent it becomes that companies need to give more than the basic monthly salary to gain employee loyalty.
Tailored advice will be at the heart of a new Careers Strategy designed to make sure young people have the skills they need and employers want post-Brexit.
Sharp fall in net migration since EU referendum suggests Britain’s labour market is being reshaped even before Brexit arrives
A drop of over 100,000 in net migration over the last year shows that Britain’s labour market is already be reshaped before we leave the EU, and businesses need to start adjusting now to a new era of lower migration, the Resolution Foundation says.
Corporate Social Responsibility is not about a one-off, one-way donation. In fact, it’s becoming an increasingly important way to cultivate an engaged and loyal workforce, as studies show more and more employees want to be part of companies that make a positive impact and give back to society.
Sharp edges can be dangerous. And HR, whether it’s in- or out-of-house, is at the sharp end of cyber-security in two major ways.