The changing requirements of a contemporary workplace culture

The changing requirements of a contemporary workplace culture: Understanding the impact of a major generational shift

Dr. Lynda Folan
Jul 10 '24
In the past five years, there has been a significant shift in the generational balance in the workplace. Millennials are now the dominant generation in the workplace, and Gen Zs are a rapidly growing part of the workforce
The future of work is like a doughnut

The future of work is like a doughnut

Charlie Rogers
Jul 9 '24
Not the jam-in-the-centre kind we’re accustomed to from the local supermarket. But, more the pink hole-in-the-middle sort from across the pond
Beware domestic violence triggered by events like the European Football Championships

Beware domestic violence triggered by events like the European Football Championships 

James Tate
Jul 4 '24
Research shows links between England matches and increased domestic violence. What can companies do to help people caught up in this cycle?
Avoid inclusivity ‘own goal’ with Euro 2024 parties

Avoid inclusivity ‘own goal’ with Euro 2024 parties

Daniel Gualdino
Jul 4 '24
Organisations may consider allowing employees to watch the England football team play during working hours, however, this gesture could backfire if not everyone is interested or comfortable with football culture
Embracing Gen Z

Embracing Gen Z: Creating a dynamic workplace for the next generation

Frank Weishaupt
Jun 26 '24
Think Gen Z are work-averse? Think again
Time for radical organisational change

Time for radical organisational change

Dr. Lynda Folan
Jun 24 '24
The business landscape has been significantly transformed in recent years, requiring organisations to adapt and transform to stay ahead of the curve
How do you solve a problem like productivity?

How do you solve a problem like productivity? 

Alex von Schirmeister
Jun 20 '24
Productivity is a crucial economic benchmark for countries around the world. Improving it means companies can produce more without needing to increase staff numbers
Preparing for the future of work 

Preparing for the future of work 

Kate Field
Jun 17 '24
Kate Field, Global Head of Human and Social Sustainability at BSI explores how businesses can prepare for the future of work as it is shaped by the twin impacts of an ageing population and technology
How accounting firms can tackle the capacity crunch

How accounting firms can tackle the capacity crunch with technology

Phil Hobden
Jun 10 '24
Currently UK accounting firms face significant challenges linked to both capacity and recruitment; impacting practice growth and risking the quality of service delivered
Components for cultivating a learning culture

Components for cultivating a learning culture

Joanna Knight
Jun 4 '24
Creating a culture of learning is a powerful way for organisations to cultivate resilience, agility, and a competitive edge
Why being 'too nice' at work can hold you back

Why being ‘too nice’ at work can hold you back

Jennifer Soran Boon
May 28 '24
Nice is a word many of us want to be associated with yet being nice often stops us connecting into our true self and authenticity
Recruitment has evolved and so should you

Get fit to compete: Recruitment has evolved and so should you!

Kelly M. Whitfield
May 21 '24
Recruitment has come a long way in the last few years. We’re no longer in an employer-driven marketplace — candidates are largely free to choose where and how they work, with remote working opening up a world of new possibilities