Today’s HR managers are increasingly targeting millennials to rejuvenate the workforce. However, this generation of employees demand flexibility – in both their working hours, and working location.
If someone was to ask me what is the single most important function of my role as managing director is, I would say: developing and investing in my leadership team.
Companies with 250 or more members of staff are required to report gender pay gap figures by 4 April 2018. While it largely focuses on tackling inequality within big corporations, the onus has also been put on SME bosses to unlock equal pay.
“Curiosity killed the cat” according to the old English phrase. But in a complex digital world where there is so much information for us to consume, can being curious really evoke bad omens?
Sexual harassment is still prevalent in the modern workplace. But while much emphasis is placed on bolstering the right policies, is there a way bosses can spot whether the workplace itself needs an urgent change?
Despite the ongoing uncertainty around Brexit, and the value of sterling, UK SMEs are operating in a dynamic and exciting business environment where expansion is a viable option.
Tony Gale, HR solutions expert at Access Group, shares thoughts on how SMEs can learn from corporate giants to develop an employer brand of their own.
The media seems to be flooded with talk around gender equality, race or sexual orientation. As the world came together last month to celebrate World Religion Day, we’re once again prompted to think about the importance of embracing a diverse workforce.
Every company is a startup in the beginning. You’re staring down the barrel at a huge market opportunity and big challenges – it’s unavoidable.
Left untreated, mental health disorders can have a crippling impact on even the most simple of daily activities. A silent battle of the mind – and a secret killer – it can go unnoticed even by friends and family.
Workplace culture and design are intrinsically linked. There is no point in having collaborative creative spaces if there is no mechanism to let employees feel free to use them.
Are our workplaces failing to protect victims of bullies? That might be one conclusion when we look at research by the TUC which found that over a third of workers are bullied and if you are a woman that figure is likely to be higher.