Tags: workplace

70:20:10 is yet to reach its peak, says GoodPractice report

New research from GoodPractice shows that uptake of 70:20:10 is broader and more sophisticated than has been previously recognised, acting as a change agent across geographies and sectors.

Murray Furlong: A call for compassionate performance management

Performance management is rightly experiencing a radical overhaul. The structured, one-size-fits-all process of twice-yearly reviews, often perceived by busy managers as a necessary evil, has been denounced as formulaic, backwards-focused and subjective. In its place, pioneering employers such as Deloitte* are now advocating a continuous, ‘one-size-fits-one’ approach. But there’s an opportunity to take this even further.

Dr Yousef Habbab: Calling HR! Better wellness for better business health

Workplace wellbeing is a concept which has come of age. Twenty years ago, it scarcely registered on the boardroom agenda but today, spurred on by the recession and relentless pressure of globalisation, interest in the subject has mushroomed. But what is workplace wellbeing and why should HR professionals be sitting up and taking notice?

Gareth Mann: What should employers expect of the Facebook generation?

According to Goldman Sachs, Millennials (anyone born between 1980 and 2000) are one of the largest generations in history. It might also surprise you to know that since 2013 Millennials have made up the majority of the workforce. This generation is now poised to move into their prime spending years and will be a major force in our businesses.