Vicki Field discusses whether or not Bring Your Dog To Work Day is a good idea for your office by weighing up both pros and cons.
Dysmorphia is serious, and is far more than simply feeling insecure about your body. And it’s possible that someone you know suffers from it. Do any of your employees show the signs?
Given the potential confusion towards talent analytics, there is a growing need to re-evaluate how to deliver value in this area, says Brian Kropp.
Why are companies looking backwards at past performance when they should be planning how the employee can excel (and be happier and more fulfilled) in the future? Paul Burrin explores.
Digital transformation and AI mean that employers’ jobs and skills needs will change at a quicker pace than ever before. Oliver Barber from Docebo suggests ways in which companies can evolve to enable their employees to adapt to change.
With a buoyant job market, job-hopping has never been easier in some sectors. So what is job-hopping and is it something employers should be worried about? Alan Price investigates.
Degree fraud is ever on the rise, causing a multitude of problems for employers. Steve Smith provides a comprehensive and compliant guide in spotting fake degrees. For those of you hiring, this is a must read.
Employee health data, although generally not fully utilised to its maximum potential, is phenomenally powerful for a business. Mark Witte discusses on how to best make it work for you.
While having groupings such as “Millennials” and “Baby Boomers” can be useful in the workplace, businesses are at risk of relying on them too heavily and thus alienating swathes of workers based on assumptions, argues Brett Hill.
Nicholas Harding, CEO at peer-to-peer lending platform Lending Works, discusses the challenges and potential solutions to the recruitment issues facing fintech firms in the face of Brexit.
Veronica Tucker considers some of the best practices to follow when implementing mentorship programs in order to make them a sustained success.
HR analytics offers a genuine opportunity to understand our workforces better. Alistair Shepherd thinks that it should focus on making it easy for people to talk to each other.
Many employers operate believing that their employees will loyally knuckle down during times of strife, in order to protect the business and their jobs. Far from it however, Brian Kopp argues.
It appears that HR isn’t listening anymore, says Miti Ampoma. There seem to be few opportunities – or at least few meaningful ones – for employees to share their concerns.
Why aren’t the majority of firms analysing their HR data, at a time when it’s more necessary than ever? Dirk Buyens investigates the reasons and provides fruitful advise on how organisations can begin to implement HR analytics.