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Is talent management too exclusive to be inclusive?

Does exclusivity exclude diversity and ignore inclusion? Can we pursue impactful talent management in the organization while still being inclusive and cherishing diversity?

Contributor: Dr Riitta Lumme-Tuomala - Aalto University Executive Education | Published: 23 December 2021

Latest statistics show impact of vaccine mandates on social care

"Following the mandated vaccine requirements introduced into the social care sector, this uptick in vacancies does indicate that employers in this field are struggling to replace the resources they’ve lost so far."

Contributor: Tania Bowers = APSCo | Published: 22 December 2021

How can the disconnect between employers and employees be solved?

The Mind the Gap research, based on a survey of over 490 employers and 1,000 employees, also suggests that businesses are overestimating how well they have handled the last 18 months and the subsequent impact on staff retention. 

Contributor: Annabelle Carey, Head of Organisation Development Services - WorkNest HR | Published: 22 December 2021

The do’s and don’ts of workplace etiquette this covid Christmas

There’s no playbook on how employers should manage Christmas this year. However it’s important that whatever celebrations take place are inclusive, prioritise staff wellbeing and are focused on recognising the great efforts and accomplishments of every individual.

Contributor: John Nicklin, MD - Sorce | Published: 21 December 2021

Consumers want an ‘appy’ Christmas

Christmas can be a stressful time for many. But the ability to create apps that help fix pain points could alleviate consumers’ biggest concerns, according to ServiceNow’s new research of over 1,500 respondents from UK and Ireland.

Contributor: Jordi Ferrer, VP & GM of UK & Ireland - ServiceNow | Published: 21 December 2021

Employers will have crucial role to play in tackling NHS backlog

Employees will need to increasingly turn to their employers for health and wellbeing support in 2022, due to the limitations of state provision while the country recovers from the impact of Covid.

Contributor: Brett Hill, distribution director - Towergate Health & Protection | Published: 20 December 2021

Skills shortages threaten economic recovery back

While this uptick in hiring appears positive on paper, APSCo has warned that economic recovery in the New Year is at risk if appropriate action isn’t taken to address the skills shortages facing the UK.

Contributor: Ann Swain - APSCo | Published: 20 December 2021

Perfect storm sending contractor rates skyrocketing

UK businesses using contractors and freelancers have faced significant cost increases since the introduction of changes to the ‘off payroll working rules’ or IR35, research by Brookson Legal has revealed.

Contributor: Matt Fryer, Head of Legal Services - Brookson Legal | Published: 19 December 2021

Five HR Challenges of 2022

"We’re in a new era for HR professionals. The pandemic has highlighted the real value of HR and their place as key influencers - It's time for them to address the pressing issues of our time."

Contributor: Robert Ordever, MD, O.C - Tanner Europe | Published: 18 December 2021