“To attain a ‘Google Earth’ view of the workforce, HR are turning to analytics.”
The past decade have seen companies place more attention on financial wellbeing.
Individuals think business’ views HR as a “purely administrative function”.
“Building solid relationships in your workplace increases productivity and engagement.”
As confirmed in the Autumn budget, Britain has a significant problem with productivity. Iain Bell from MintCentral offers his advice on improving employee advocacy to maximise profits and increase productivity in the workplace.
It’s ‘best place to work’ season; when companies across the UK slowly wake from hibernation to frantically rally staff to feel good about their company culture in time for the employee surveys.
Most people join organisations, but leave bosses. Rob Bravo, Director of Wellbeing at Talking Talent, suggests how to change this.
One in seven (15.5%) employees resigned from the job in 2016, according to the latest data from XpertHR. Labour turnover statistics from 288 organisations show that the resignation rate has increased steadily since 2012, when it stood at 10.6%. HR has the fourth highest voluntary resignation levels out of the groups measured, with rates up…
Recent figures from the Office of National Statistics (ONS) show that the UK’s productivity levels have dropped back to pre-financial crisis levels and continues to lag behind other major economies.
New research into the onboarding process has uncovered an astounding insight into the worst employee experiences from across the globe.
What can you do to stand out from your competitors and how can you attract the best people? Debra Gers from leading law firm Blake Morgan discusses what can be done to retain staff.
Environmental factors have had a profound effect on the composition and profile of an organisational workforce. However, many companies are still not doing enough to reap the business and commercial benefits attributable to embracing diversity & inclusion.
A lack of structure around careers, succession planning and personal development is set to cause organisations the biggest talent headache this year, according to research from Penna Plc, the global HR Services Group. The research, conducted amongst 100 senior Human Resource and Learning and Development professionals, found that ‘lack of opportunity’ (20 per cent) was…
It’s no secret that HR teams have faced increased pressures during the recent years of economic instability – and our latest HR survey really brought this issue to the fore. When asked about financial and recruitment challenges, 58% of the 290 HR Directors and professionals that responded said their organisations had found it more difficult…
According to recent CIPD research, job turnover has slowed significantly over the past 15 years. This means that, in general, people are choosing to stay in their current roles rather than make voluntary exits (i.e. resignations and retirement). Economic conditions are likely to have been a major reason for the particularly significant fall in turnover…