Here’s a riddle, what do the most well run HR programmes look like? The answer, they don’t look like anything. Why? Because they run so smoothly that you’re not even aware they exist. That’s the goal for good HR practices in a business, here’s how you achieve it.
The very mention of team building can elicit responses of dread and disdain from workers around the world. This isn’t without reason. The idea of forced corporate fun often helps to clarify exactly what you’d rather be doing instead.
Just how much does the traditional office boardroom stimulate dynamic group thinking? If you look at modern offices, boardrooms tend to take more of a ‘lounge type’ set up. Why? Because employee habits are changing, including the way they work and collaborate.
Stressful thoughts can eat away at employees to the point where wellbeing and productivity can take an irreparable nosedive. Prevent this damage by integrating these eight self-help policies within your office. It all starts with them taking a few simple steps…
The results of the gender pay gap meant that companies had to admit they weren’t paying women as much as men. But ethnic minority and disabled employees also face significant wage disparities. Here’s how employers should begin a data audit on the issue and communicate the reasons why it’s important to the entire workforce. Start now to avoid losing talent.
With 39.7% of Brits revealing that they dislike their current job, keeping staff engaged has become key, says Lee Biggins, founder and CEO of CV-Library.
Employees are eager to impress their bosses by taking off as little time as possible. But this ‘race to the bottom’ only produces tired and unproductive staff in the long-term, says Matt Frost from Gallagher Communication.
NG Chartered Surveyors discuss the ways in which you can optimise your office environment to make it both relaxing and creative.
There are qualities leaders should look for in new hires that go beyond bullet points on their resumes, says Jason Kulpa.
Accommodating millennial preferences about work is overrated. Instead, employers must draw on what millennials want and use it to benefit the lives of all employees regardless of age. From increased job flexibility to holistic career development, the world of work is changing for good, as employees as an entire community are demanding more.
January, the month of cold, rain, and early nights. But it’s also the month where employees are most likely to struggle with their mental health. These are the steps you can take to improve employee mental health, using technology and the simple power of the line-manager.