RSS Feed

News

More Articles: Latest Popular Archives

Global liveability report reveals which cities offer the best quality of life

ECA International is the market-leading provider of knowledge, information and technology that enables businesses to manage their international reward programmes. Updated annually, ECA International's Location Ratings system measures the quality of expatriate living conditions in over 480 locations around the world.

Contributor: Neil Ashman, Senior Location Ratings Analyst - ECA International | Published: 25 February 2020

Employers should expect increase in shared parental leave

Employers should prepare themselves for more staff taking interest in shared parental leave, according to a new report commissioned by employment law specialists, Winckworth Sherwood. 

Contributor: Louise Lawrence, Partner - Winckworth Sherwood | Published: 24 February 2020

Employee experience crash: A quarter of UK workers set to quit their jobs in 2020

“Leaders and managers need to realise that an employee’s experience is just as important as a customer’s experience. Employee expectations are changing faster than ever, but many companies don’t even have basic feedback mechanisms in place.  With the combination of experience data and increasingly advanced analysis tools, organizations should implement the right listening tools in place to connect more deeply and personally with their employees.”

Contributor: Laura Harding, Employee Experience Consultant - Qualtrics | Published: 23 February 2020

3D diversity is the key to winning top Gen Z talent

According to the latest whitepaper from global talent acquisition and management firm, Alexander Mann Solutions, to truly make strides towards a more desirable Diversity & Inclusion (D&I) state, businesses must adopt a three dimensional perspective towards diversity.

Contributor: Jane Clark, Global Head of Emerging Talent Consulting - Alexander Mann Solutions | Published: 23 February 2020

What are the management behaviours we hate most?

Highly qualified ‘accidental managers’ with no formal management training especially reluctant to acquire new skills say HR chiefs

Contributor: Mark Botha Chief Executive - Paragon Skills | Published: 21 February 2020

Does voice and touch interactions make brands seem less trustworthy?

Companies that use voice plus touch interactions with their products and services are actually seen as less trustworthy and less engaging by their users, according to new research from emlyon business school.

Contributor: Margherita Pagani - AIM Research Center on AI in Value Creation | Published: 18 February 2020