I don’t want to panic you, but we’re already 18 days into the new year, and while some may already be breaking their New Year’s Resolutions – others may be yet to make them!
In a world where technology is evolving at such a rapid pace to bring better efficiency to all areas of business and customer experience, it seems absurd that ineffective employee onboarding could be the one thing standing in the way of your HR digital strategy excelling in 2018.
Owners of scale-ups are always looking to the future, but as the new year dawns it brings a time for reflection. What business new year’s resolutions should entrepreneurs be taking on?
A recent report from maternity rights charity Maternity Action revealed that one in every twenty mothers are made redundant during pregnancy or maternity leave or when they return to work. The charity calls for a change in the law to further protect pregnant women and new mothers at work.
For businesses operating in industries with a skills gap, evidence shows it is time to pull out the big guns to win talent over jobseekers during an interview.
Family businesses are the mainstay of the UK economy, accounting for more than a third (36%) of employment, and generating over a quarter of UK GDP. But running a family business presents a unique set of challenges.
The reality is that everyone has a gender, a race, a sexuality and this year has raised profound questions for all of us as we think about our identity in the workplace.
Nearly two thirds of employees admit to embarrassment when it comes to disclosing information regarding mental health issues with their employer.
As we approach the close of the year, it’s a great time to think about your plans for business development in the next one. Do you need more skills? Are you looking to bring in new people to help grow your business?
Fresh from holding The FD Surgery in Manchester in November, Real Business followed up with the HR for Finance Directors event on Wednesday 6 December.
They say you never get a second chance to create a great first impression. That’s certainly true when it comes to your customers, but it also applies to your employees too.
The seasonal period is a busy time for any business, especially those that need to supplement the workforce with new recruits. How do you ensure it goes smoothly?