Two decades on from McKinsey coining the phrase “war for talent”, do alternatives exist?
How many senior managers said no training is provided for them at their level?
See the four principals of employee growth and development.
Could complementary leadership put an end to leader’s struggles in the workplace?
Just how effective is the Government apprenticeship levy proving to be?
Kay Harriman discusses why the Hilton is the third Great Place to Work in the UK.
How involved are employees in L&D sessions and how motivated are they to enhance their own skill set?
New report finds what women and men each desire.
Advanced report shows newest generation of professionals would risk innovative technology even if it was less secure
Digital transformation will enhance agility and innovation in your organisation but you need an action plan to get started, says David Barrett.
Research from City & Guilds Group demonstrates the value of coaching to the future of the UK workforce: 79% of UK professionals say they consider coaching useful for adopting new technologies and ways of working
Three-quarters of UK employees (73 per cent) like to keep their work and home lives separate from one another according to research from ADP (Automatic Data Processing).
The majority of people professionals say their work makes them happy, energised and offers them a meaningful career. That’s according to the CIPD’s The people profession in 2018: UK and Ireland report, published today.
With a noticeable distrust in authority, the time to bring more equity into the workplace is now
Businesses set to miss out on the true benefits of automation, as investment in upskilling workers remains low
A new report from the Capgemini Research Institute finds that, in the majority of companies (58 per cent), automation is not yet meeting executives’ desired goals of increased productivity.