When it comes to employee engagement and happiness, many people know that it’s something they need to focus on in their business.
The impending end of lockdown has brought into focus two distinct camps: those that are racing to get back to their 7am spin classes followed by busy days in the office and those that just aren’t.
Euro 2020 has finally arrived for football fans after it was postponed due to Covid-19. However, employers need to consider how best to manage their workforce in the coming weeks to ensure productivity isn’t affected.
As offices struggle to open up in a post-pandemic world, does the future lie in the office, homeworking or hybrid?
Those of us who have been working from home may be due to return to the office before long, but things are very different now than they were in March 2020.
As lockdown is being lifted and we are all trying to get back to some kind of ‘normality’, will the new version of normality be the same as the old?
In the last 18 months the hospitality industry has experienced a myriad of closures and re-openings leaving businesses in the lurch. Making it a hard time to run a business.
CEO of A City Law Firm Karen Holden’s guide on tackling LGBT+ workplace bullying and harassment and what organisations need to know when it comes to managing discrimination.
Almost a year ago, the Government imposed the first Covid-19 lockdown. As millions of employees across the country were dispatched to their homes, organisations were forced to adapt quickly to enable them to work remotely.
If you’ve missed it, the Financial Reporting Council (FRC) brought in legislation a couple of years ago which means that they need to detail in their Director’s reports how they engage with their people.