Diversity and Inclusion has become one of the most important topics in both workforces and society as a whole, and rightly so.
With 46% of UK workers feeling ‘more prone to extreme levels of stress’ compared to March 2020, it is clear that the disruption to our routines, job insecurity and threat to human life that the events of the past year has taken its toll on the workforce
As “Freedom Day” has now come and gone, businesses are making some big decisions about how to bring people back to work.
When I tell people my job title, Head of Global Happiness, people often think I’ve made it up (I have!) but they also ask “What does that mean?” Once I’ve explained my story, they often ask how they can become The Head of Happiness in their organisation.
What are the key components to a successful relationship? Trust, communication, and familiarity.
According to the Bureau of Labour Statistics, people stay in jobs for, on average, 4.1 years.
Job vacancies are soaring, and competition for top talent remains high. But effective employer branding drives talented individuals to apply.
In the wake of the online racist abuse hurled at sporting stars, Katie Maguire, examines what employers should do tackle racism in the workplace.
With cases of the highly transmissible Delta variant spreading across the UK, few were surprised when Boris Johnson announced a delay to the easing of lockdown restrictions at the start of last month.
One of my greatest learnings is that employee satisfaction does not happen by accident, mapping your employee value vision and proposition is key to the hiring and retention of your people