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Do flexible working policies lead to a two-tier workforce?

Two-tier workforces are not a new phenomenon, but how it’s defined in today’s economy is. In the past, the two-tier workforce was characterized by differences between white and blue-collar workers. Now, the two-tier workforce can be seen in the differences between those who have access to flexible working arrangements and those who do not.

Article by 28 January 2023

Revealed: Latest techniques in talent management

In this article, we'll explore the latest trends in talent management and provide actionable advice to help you create a productive and engaged team. From developing a strong talent pool, to defining your team's vision and mission, to implementing effective leadership strategies, we'll cover it all. Learn how to transform your team and take it to the next level with new techniques in talent management.

Article by 27 January 2023

Essential tips on how to hire during a recession

Hiring is predicted to become a 'buyers-market' in 2023 as there are more candidates looking for roles, and fewer are roles available. How hiring organisations' navigate this landscape will be key to scalable growth. Here are some pointers to be aware of.

Article by 26 January 2023

Identifying the main types of business risk

Running a business comes with its own set of risks, from strategic to operational, reputational and compliance risks. In this article, we'll explore the different types of risks and how to measure them. Learn how to safeguard your business and ensure its long-term success.

Article by 25 January 2023

The great unretirement: Hiring retirees to fill talent gaps

HR leaders are looking for creative solutions to mitigate labor shortages. A great place to start is with retired workers. Regardless of their specific personal motivations for rejoining the workforce, this “unretired” demographic is a godsend to businesses in need of talented and experienced employees.

Article by 24 January 2023

What CHROs need to know about CIO succession

The cost of poor CIO succession is significant, both from a financial and morale perspective. In addition to heightening risk and the interruption to technology projects, the board loses its ‘right hand’ on all technology matters and the business loses a critical enabler of the core strategy.

Article by 23 January 2023

Re-engaging the workforce after strike action

Strike action across the UK has risen to the highest in more than a decade. Organizations must take steps to strengthen the connection and commitment of their employees, in an attempt to rebuild these relationships. To recover successfully and prevent potential future strikes, there are two key areas that leaders should focus on.

Article by 19 January 2023

How to promote teamwork in the workplace

Working in retail management? Getting your team to work as a unit can be difficult when everyone’s mobile. These 6 ways to promote teamwork in the workplace will help you boost communication between team members, improve employee well-being, and ensure a better customer experience.

Article by 17 January 2023

Employees want to work at diverse and inclusive companies

Diversity and inclusion make the company a better place to work and achieve goals together as a team. A diverse and inclusive company is a workplace that contributes to growth and ensures that everyone, regardless of what they do for the company, feels equally included and supported in all areas of the workplace.

Article by 16 January 2023