By Dan Harding, chief executive officer at Sign In App Any business owner or manager expecting employees to flock back to the office once restrictions are lifted and slide straight back into the traditional nine to five is in for a serious shock. It just isn’t going to happen. The working world is facing a […]
Posted on 31st March 2021 in People.
Employers are overlooking their frontline workers when devising employee engagement strategies, according to a new survey.
Nearly half of women wokring in cybersecurity (49%) say that the Covid-19 pandemic has affected their career in a positive way, with just 9% experiencing a negative impact.
The pandemic is predicted to have a huge impact on the gender pay gap of many businesses, and this year’s reports will help measure to what extent.
Overconfident, often male, CEOs are reacting much less to both internal and external feedback, particularly negative assessments, and thus are more likely to lead their businesses to failure, according to research from Vienna University of Economics and Business (WU Vienna).
By Carl Rodrigues, founder and CEO of SOTI As a CEO, my most important responsibility is to know myself. I’m far from perfectly self-aware (who is?), but there are a few things I know for certain. I know that I’m a software geek at heart and that I am deeply interested in detail at a level […]
By Toyah Marshall, principal employment law adviser, and Charles Spencer, principal health & safety consultant at Ellis Whittam Despite previous negative perceptions, the ability to work remotely has proven to be a blessing for many employers who would otherwise have had to put operations on pause during the current pandemic. Although initially borne out of necessity, happier […]
Posted on 3rd July 2020 in People.