The biggest barrier to British adults continuing their education is cost, with more than a third saying they’re unable to afford to study, while almost a fifth say they don’t have time.
The pace of change is faster and more noticeable than ever and organizations are scrambling to adapt and evolve.
Over the past few hundred years, our world has experienced three different industrial revolutions—the first driven by the use of steam, followed by electricity, and then information technology. Now there’s another revolution upon us, and its most marked characteristic is the dizzying speed of innovation.
A recent report published by Expert Market has uncovered the unsavoury truth behind employee unhappiness caused by toxic workplaces.
Graduates have long been a reliable source of entry level recruits to ensure steady future talent pipelines. But in an increasingly VUCA (volatile, uncertain, complex and ambiguous) environment, HR leaders are going back to the drawing board when it comes to connecting with early in careers candidates.
96 per cent of UK businesses rate their approach to succession planning highly, yet more than two thirds are concerned that their employee turnover rates are too high, according to a new report.
April is Stress Awareness Month which seeks to raise awareness of this growing problem. It’s also a good opportunity for employers to consider their role in helping reduce stress in the workplace.
It’s coming to the end of the financial year for many organisations, which means many could be swamped with last minute requests for holiday leave as people want to use up their holiday entitlement, warns Adrian Lewis, Director of Activ Absence.
Nearly a third of UK businesses say that mental health is now a bigger issue among employees than physical illness
Corrosive working cultures have silenced the voices of victims and normalised sexual harassment, the Equality and Human Rights Commission said today as it published a set of recommendations to better protect people at work.
How does a global organisation inspire new learning workplace habits for 80,000 busy staff? How can a company replicate classroom or online content for Millennial employees in high-pressure situations?
Most employers look to avoid industrial strike action wherever possible, but there comes a time in every unionised employer’s existence where such action is threatened.
Everyone has heard of Human Resources, it’s a job role we’re all familiar with. In the past, this role revolved around policy and process, rather than getting involved deeper into the business itself.
The stigma associated with mental health, being treated unfairly, becoming the subject of office gossip or compromising their employment terms are all legitimate fears.
What role do businesses play when providing opportunities for graduates moving from overseas?