By John Harte, managing partner of Integrity Governance and advisory member of Chairman’s Network Some of us can still remember that leaders would be told to “walk the floor” and “read the room”, to be present and to be seen and to be available to our staff. Wise counsel in the workplace. But how do SME bosses […]
Posted on 24th November 2020 in HR management.
By Amanda Walters Keeping your business organised can bring a wealth of benefits, from boosting efficiency, improving customer satisfaction and reducing stress – why wouldn’t we want to keep our business organised? We’re going to take a look at some simple ways to keep your business organised. 1. Have a designated workspace It’s really important […]
Posted on 18th November 2020 in HR management.
A third of workers in the UK are concerned about catching Covid-19 while at work, new figures show.
The majority of business leaders in the UK would support stricter employment laws, including a higher minimum wage, if it meant protecting workers during the second wave of Covid-19.
The investment industry is being urged to do more to tackle systemic discrimination by promoting more black women.
By Alejandro Coca, co-head of TrueProfile.io The current economic climate as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic has meant that for those organisations looking to fire currently, it’s never been more important to ensure the perfect candidate is found, adding value to the business as well as fitting in culturally. In order to find the […]
Posted on 20th October 2020 in HR management.
By John Attridge, CEO of BBX UK Motivation is critical to a successful business and by staying on top of what keeps your workforce engaged, by communicating effectively and by providing support where things get tough, you can rest assured the bulk of your workforce remain stimulated – regardless of where they work. So how should […]
By Amanda Walters The Covid-19 pandemic put businesses in a position where they needed to think quickly on their feet when it came to protecting both staff and the business itself. Companies across the globe sent staff home, with their laptops and computers in hand to work remotely as countries went into lockdown to […]
By Kevin Charles, consulting barrister at Crossland Employment Solicitors It’s reported that up to 10% of people suffering from Covid-19 can take at least three weeks to recover, with a quarter of a million of people in the UK thought to experience symptoms for 30 days or more. Known as ‘long Covid’ many are too […]
By Alison Ettridge, chief believer at Talent Intuition Tired of the smoke and mirrors of wellbeing-washing, diversity-washing and superficial corporate purpose, employees are demanding a more rewarding life at work from their employers. In response, companies are developing a more responsible and human-centric approach as we return to work. However, bringing about this positive change needs to […]
Posted on 24th July 2020 in HR management.
A third of Brits have struggled with their mental health over the past three months, but the majority are pleased with the support they’ve received from their employers.