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Death and resurrection – the future of HR?

HR is embedded in the current economic system which is driving towards calamity but is well placed to help that system transform in order to create a better future

Article by John Varney - Centre for Management Creativity 15 November 2022


Exit interviews – a checklist for HR

As part of a well-planned offboarding process, exit interviews are a valuable HR tool which can provide far more than means of discovering why someone left the organisation.

Article by Mike Bergen - Kingsley Gate Partners. 14 November 2022


Guide to optimising DAP software technology

With a boom in hybrid working and the revolution of remote work, HR departments around the world are finding new hurdles to overcome in their approach to employee onboarding. In this article we look at how eLearning SaaS technology is helping to solve these new challenges.

Article by Ricci M. - Intellek 1 November 2022


Mental health support must run deeper than quirky benefits

It’s no surprise that companies will want to try innovative ways to boost positive mental health and that’s great: but just remember that support needs to be weaved into your everyday approach, in the way that your management structure operates, and within your culture.

Article by Alan Price, CEO - BrightHR 1 November 2022


The future of work and life

The future of work is here, and progressive companies are helping pave the way for the next generations by offering flexibility, adaptability, kindness, inclusion and hope for this new way of work and life.

Article by Lauren Adams - Clutch 31 October 2022


A workforce voice that works for your business

Inflation and uncertainty, daunting subjects currently dominating business and daily life. A climate in which employees, undoubtedly and understandably, have views and concerns, especially in relation to their jobs and business survival. An alert, perhaps, for us to consider how we can channel the employee voice in our organisation.

Article by Coreen Nugent - Opt For Learning 28 October 2022


How to avoid unnecessary resource-intensive formal grievance

While some formal grievances are certainly justified, others could be avoided and yet they can become a disruptive and even potentially devastating force in the organisation concerned. A cold spotlight on the negative aspects of the business, demotivated employees, ongoing risk management of the situation, a distraction from everyday work activities, alongside reduced opportunities to focus on growth and development. Resource intensive and costly, as facts are gathered and verified in an often tense and suspicious working environment. How can we avoid the unnecessary all-consuming formal grievance?

Article by Coreen Nugent, Director - Opt for Learning 25 October 2022