British workers are taking fewer sick days than ever before. In 2017 this amounted to an average of 4.1 days per worker – significantly lower than the 7.2 days taken in 1993, when records began. So, are we becoming healthier ... View Article
Article by 22 May 2019
With five generations in one workplace, regular changes to legislation and new company initiatives to implement, HR can be forgiven for potentially being seduced by the simplicity of generational demographics. Grouping employees by age, providing insight into the lives they are likely to have led to date and how it’s shaped their values and attitudes towards the workplace today, can create a useful snapshot into different demographics – helping to inform everything from individual employee communications to company-wide engagement schemes.
Article by 21 May 2019
Productivity is something that most people struggle with. However, there are some daily habits that you can form to help you be more productive. Check them out!
Article by 16 May 2019
Menopause in the workplace is a subject that has of late received increasing attention. Employers of all sizes are starting to realise that this is a significant issue for many of the people that work for them. Earlier this year the CIPD produced detailed guidance to help organisations and people professionals address the challenges of menopause in the workplace.
Article by 15 May 2019
The construction industry is an almost perfect example of the difference by which society, as a whole, perceives and treats physical and mental health. Physical health is of upmost importance, signs everywhere reminding people to wear the appropriate personal protection ... View Article
Article by 14 May 2019
Looking after employees’ sight can be one of the most cost-effective and beneficial ways an employer is able to support health and wellbeing in the workplace. Here is a 5-step plan to explain the simple ways in which workplace eye ... View Article
Article by 9 May 2019
The number of followers on one’s social media account is not a huge thing. But if many of those followers are engaged, it is a big deal.
But to achieve this, you will have to build a relationship with followers and nurture it to become something you can leverage to achieve business goals.
While it sounds like a straightforward activity it is quite the opposite.
But we won't leave you to strategize on your own. Instead, we are going to give you some practical advice, ranging from how to use quiz creator software to using social media tools.
We give you 5 proven social media engagement strategies for 2019.
Article by 7 May 2019
Apprentice or graduate, that is the question facing many organisations. We are in a time of great change and challenge. Political and economic turmoil has resulted in many industries experiencing a shortfall of skilled labour. That’s not all, after nearly ... View Article
Article by 3 May 2019
There has been an increased focus lately on the need for ‘HR Agility’ within progressive organizations that are seeking a profound competitive edge in the Digital world.
Article by 1 May 2019
It is very interesting these last few years since I left the traditional workplace and started up on my own. I first heard about Agile while at a conference a few years back, it made sense so I went and researched more. Apparently Agile as a practice came from the Tech world, trying to do things faster and slicker but remaining ever so adaptable to change. Let’s face it when it comes to technology things do not stand still long enough for there to be a status quo anymore
Article by 30 April 2019