Employees often develop innovative ideas alone even though this is less successful than teamwork, according to new research.
As the number of knowledge workers worldwide swells, the workplace experience is becoming the new labour market zeitgeist .
New research from GoodPractice shows that uptake of 70:20:10 is broader and more sophisticated than has been previously recognised, acting as a change agent across geographies and sectors.
A recent report published by Expert Market has uncovered the unsavoury truth behind employee unhappiness caused by toxic workplaces.
Companies remain optimistic about their ability to generate jobs in the short-term, building on the UK’s record labour market performance, according to the latest CBI/Pertemps network group employment trends survey.
Dedicated GovTech Catalyst team and £20 million fund to help tech firms deliver innovative fixes to public sector challenges.
Performance management is rightly experiencing a radical overhaul. The structured, one-size-fits-all process of twice-yearly reviews, often perceived by busy managers as a necessary evil, has been denounced as formulaic, backwards-focused and subjective. In its place, pioneering employers such as Deloitte* are now advocating a continuous, ‘one-size-fits-one’ approach. But there’s an opportunity to take this even further.
Is your organisation committed to employee development? A ‘culture of career’ is a philosophy of development that affects every aspect of the workplace from who is hired, to how they are developed and managed.
Workplace wellbeing is a concept which has come of age. Twenty years ago, it scarcely registered on the boardroom agenda but today, spurred on by the recession and relentless pressure of globalisation, interest in the subject has mushroomed. But what is workplace wellbeing and why should HR professionals be sitting up and taking notice?
Despite their best efforts, women still face obstacles pursuing a career while being a good mother. Unconscious to the many limitations placed on their choices, women still believe that they face a stark choice of either their careers or a happy home.
According to Goldman Sachs, Millennials (anyone born between 1980 and 2000) are one of the largest generations in history. It might also surprise you to know that since 2013 Millennials have made up the majority of the workforce. This generation is now poised to move into their prime spending years and will be a major force in our businesses.
February has arrived; the month of love, where we take time to celebrate and or commiserate our relationships. Ironically it’s also the period where we realise we’ve let the majority of our new year intentions slip; of which a high proportion relate to improving the quality of our relationships.
Technology empire Apple has made progress to towards improving its workforce’s racial and gender diversity. But only just.
Over half (57 percent) of UK employees have suffered from mental health problems while in employment, according to new research from Canada Life Group Insurance.
In the last decade women have been entering professional and managerial positions in roughly the same proportions as men in the UK. However, they remain vastly underrepresented in top jobs while the gender pay gap is reported to have widened since 2006 from 92% to 95% globally.