“It is necessary to shine a light on race and ethnicity-based inequality in work.”
As organisations plan to return to work following a long period of work from home or shut down, it’s crucial to find the right approach to support workers and ensure a successful return to work
We’ll be sharing how working parents have been coping (and being supported) with their situations during lockdown, their attitudes to their employers and thoughts and concerns for the future.
Join our virtual forum and hear from experts as they discuss the trends, disruptors and drivers that are shaping the future of talent assessment.
Join us for an insightful and lively discussion as we explore the recent past, present and possible futures for Work+Family
Find out how Aon’s Assessment Solutions and Ocado Group have created a winning formula to spot future focused emerging talent in this free webinar
In this lively and practical webinar, we will be discussing emerging global family-friendly trends and solutions with leading global employers and Jennifer Liston-Smith, Head of Thought Leadership at Bright Horizons Work+Family Solutions.
This free live webinar will be an interactive case study about how Lakeland are working to deliver real behavioural changes and break down the barriers to digital adoption using Fuse’s mobile-first Integrated Learning Platform.
The last 20 years has been a time of enormous change for many workplaces with evolving cultural pressures, legal frameworks and working practices. These changes to our working environments, with the help of technology are accelerating. So how does a business navigate these challenges and still keep their workforce, engaged, happy and productive?
Technology, demographics, cultural, social and generational changes mean that why and how we work has changed almost beyond recognition in the last decade. This lively, future-gazing webinar, will explore these trends, challenges and possible solutions with leading global employers and thought leaders
As demographics shift and millennials and Gen Z together begin to outnumber other groups, it is increasingly evident that companies need to restructure their learning opportunities to better align to this disparate group.
In today’s increasingly competitive and disruptive world, organisations are demanding more from HR – they want not just the data, but the insights, recommendations and activity that will actively support the strategy and drive the business forward.
There has been an explosion of interest in extended paternity leave recently, further propelled to national news headlines by Theresa May’s focus on this topic during her last days in post as Prime Minister. No doubt your employees are asking about your stance on paternity leave vs shared parental leave and the Government is now asking for opinions as part of a wider consultation on proposals to support families.
In a world of uncertainty and changing economic direction, upskilling your workforce for the modern world should be the number one priority on your people and development strategy.
In the competition to attract and retain talent across multiple generations, the best Employee Value Propositions include family-friendly benefits and policies. Inclusion of working parents and carers also plays a part in your overall consumer brand, corporate social responsibility perception as well as measures such as Gender Pay Gap reporting.