New research finds that employees are united by their desire to make an impact at work and achieve more. Recognising this is the first step to improving the sluggish productivity that has dogged Europe’s businesses.
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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.
New research explores the responsibility of both HR and IT teams in shaping the employee experience through technology. Is collaboration the best strategy?
New international research suggests that relationships with your co-workers play a big part for your workplace and overall wellbeing. Read the story to find out what other things make a diversity of workers happy.
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.
HiBob’s UK MD Joel Farrow looks at how technology can tackle the challenges of the multi-generational workforce.
Business leaders say learning and L&D digitisation is key to successful transition to hybrid ‘human-AI’ workforce; but research reveals current frustrations with digital performance in L&D and dangers of ‘digital overload’.
Find out how to tap into millennials’ intrinsic desire for personal fulfilment and sense of purpose.
The future begins.
Over half of HR workers said their top priority for 2019 is increasing employee engagement.
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We explore the challenges faced by working parents and carers, and their priorities for keeping career on track alongside family.
Lord mark Price argues that Government must focus on making employees happier in a post-brexit UK.
Could employees be missing out on opportunities to strengthen their relationship with their boss?
There are different kinds of workers that are recognizable in the workplace – and researchers have just identified a new “Machiavellian” type.