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.
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 Alka Kharbanda is partner at Blaser Mills Law Covid19 has had a huge financial impact on many UK businesses, with some having to cease trading completely. It has also left many business owners with a loss of revenue if they have been unable to continue ‘business as normal’ due to lockdown restrictions. The government has made […]
By Mente UK companies should take action to support employees facing financial difficulties, says workplace mental health consultancy, Mente.
More than a third (36%) of HR Directors (HRDs) believe their organisation’s senior leadership team is not doing enough to address the potential business impact of inaccurate, late and non-compliant payroll practices. According to the survey of 250 HRDs at large UK companies, conducted by Zellis, almost all (94%) said that their organisation’s decision makers […]