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2023 Megatrends

UKG has identified three HR Megatrends set to impact organisations on a global scale in 2023: navigating the human energy crisis, optimising organisational plasticity, and the Gen X leadership effect.

Contributor: Dr. Jarik Conrad, vice president of human insights and HCM advisory at UKG | Published: 13 January 2023

Supporting expat employees on dry January

The harmful use of alcohol causes great risks to health and has significant social and economic consequences, it can also be detrimental to the wellbeing of friends, family, and colleagues. This is why, according to Towergate Health & Protection, employers should offer help with managing alcohol consumption, taking the opportunity to use Dry January as a call to action.

Contributor: Sarah Dennis, head of international at Towergate Health & Protection | Published: 12 January 2023

Winter of Discontent continues: but how can employers limit the disruption to their business?

The Government is hoping that a bill being introduced in Parliament today (Tuesday 10 January) will limit the disruption caused by industrial action, by mandating that vital public services must maintain a basic function and deliver minimum safety levels during industrial action.

Contributor: Kate Palmer, HR Advice & Consultancy Director at Peninsula | Published: 11 January 2023

What does the perfect job look like?

Office must-haves for today’s modern Brits have been revealed with flexible working hours (45 percent), getting your birthday off (39 percent), a good coffee machine (28 percent), working from home twice a week (25 percent) and subsidised lunch (25 percent) all making the list, according to new research.

Contributor: Sharmee Mavadia, Feedr | Published: 10 January 2023

Over 75% of healthcare spending is caused by preventable health risks

It’s been well established that a corporate wellness program provides several key benefits within the workplace – foremost in reducing the rate of illness, reduction in employee absenteeism and injury of employees.

Contributor: Bill Chee - Nova Life | Published: 9 January 2023

Will 2023 be yet another annus horribilis?

With fears of recession building, the cost of living rising and NHS waiting lists lengthening, 2023 looks to be an annus horribilis for many: RedArc believes employers need to better consider how embedded support can make a real difference to the lives of employees this year.

Contributor: Christine Husbands, MD, RedArc Nurses | Published: 8 January 2023

Retiring in turbulent times: What employees need to consider

Inflation in the UK was at a 41 year high in October at 11.1% and is expected to remain high for some time, intensifying the existing cost-of-living crisis. It is a difficult time for many people, but what about those planning to retire? WEALTH at work, a leading financial wellbeing and retirement specialist, outlines below what employees will need to consider if they are planning to retire during these turbulent times. 

Contributor: Jonathan Watts-Lay | Published: 7 January 2023

How to hit refresh on employee mindset in 2023

Employment Hero's Alex Hattingh shares insights on the importance of changing working styles, alongside supporting employee wellbeing through various facets as businesses head into the new year with prospects and goals to achieve

Contributor: Alex Hattingh, Chief People Officer at Employment Hero | Published: 7 January 2023

Gender-specific support set for major growth in 2023

Gender-specific support in the workplace is set to be a major area for growth in 2023 and employers need to be prepared, according to digital health app, Peppy.

Contributor: Mridula Pore, CEO of Peppy | Published: 6 January 2023

Who’s most likely to grace future covers of Forbes?

New Street Consulting Group analysed 10 years’ worth of Forbes magazine covers to determine which leaders and business types are most likely to represent the ‘Face of Forbes’.

Contributor: New Street Consulting Group | Published: 6 January 2023