The past year has brought a fundamental change to the way we think about business and working environments, shifting expectations of what’s possible for employees and businesses of all shapes and sizes across the country. As 76% of businesses expect hybrid working to become more common amongst their workforce, leaders and managers need to consider […]
To support the future survival of your business and help for your employees, new employment and pandemic issues means having the right strategies in place, says HR expert Samantha Hulson
Vault Platform CEO, Neta Meidav discusses workplace culture and how to preserve the best of it after coronavirus.
To stay competitive in such an agile working world, having a cohesive, well-defined digital vision and the strategy to properly implement it is essential.
Diversity is increasingly important in today’s business world. Here, director of employee benefits at Sodexo Engage, James Malia, explains why it’s not something to brush under the carpet.
The day in which women stop being paid ironically termed Equal Pay Day is just around the corner. It will undoubtedly flag ways in which employers can drive progress, but the key role corporate culture can play cannot be ignored.
Some 33 per cent of the UK's office workers have revealed they dislike their workplace, and bosses have been warned to shape up before staff ship out to find that much desired job that comes complete with natural lighting and good ventilation.
A new survey has found that over two-thirds of UK managers agreed that politeness was costing their companies money.
Recruitment company Hiring Hub has found that 90 per cent of decision makers responsible for hiring at their businesses have admitted to employing the wrong person.
Glassdoor has released its annual Employees’ Choice Awards for the Highest Rated CEOs for 2015. Those vying for the top spot included Three's David Dyson and HomeServe's Martin Bennett, but where did they rank
New research from gift provider intotheblue.co.uk has found that 32 per cent of employees don't remember all of their co-workers names.
A year ago Google released the composition of its workforce, and admitted it was “miles from where we want to be" – but since then, what has it done to address its problems