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How to build an RVP (Relationship Value Proposition)

Francesca’s piece explores why it’s critical for businesses today to embrace the Relationship Value Proposition (RVP) and how this approach can help companies differentiate themselves in times of stiff talent competition. For too long, companies have focused on the traditional Employer Value Proposition rather than the reciprocal, multidimensional, and constantly evolving RVP.

Article by: Francesca Campalani, Global Head - Talent Marketing - Randstad Enterprise | Published: 12 May 2023

Facing the fear of redundancies in the financial sector

Layoffs have already had a considerable impact on bankers, causing stress and anxiety over job security. Job cuts can have an immediate effect on wellness with the fear of being made redundant putting pressure on both mental health and productivity. Even when someone survives the cuts, the impacts lay at the back of their mind.

Article by: John Felgate - Head of Case Management - Addcounsel & Orchestrate Health | Published: 11 May 2023

Why wellbeing strategy needs to factor in loneliness

"The impact of loneliness on work and the workplace can be significant. Loneliness can increase burnout, reducing commitment, productivity and morale, and increasing rates of absenteeism and employee turnover"

Article by: Dr Tarun Gupta, Chief Medical Officer - Legal & General UK Protection | Published: 11 May 2023

TACKLING BIAS & DISCRIMINATION – WEIGHT OF HISTORY – Print – Issue 222 – APRIL 2023 | Article of the Week

Forget about unconscious bias, it’s time for conscious inclusion. Most of us understand by now that we have inherited a world that doesn’t work well for everyone and there is plenty of evidence that the mandatory training approach has not led to authentically diverse leadership teams and organisations. A question often asked is, why is the work of equity, diversity and inclusion so hard? To understand how we arrived at this point, we can learn a lot from UK History.


What are the long-term implications of remote work?

Remote work has created long-term implications for HR professionals and their organizations. To succeed in a remote work environment, HR leaders must focus on maintaining employee engagement and productivity, managing performance, attracting and retaining top talent, and building a strong company culture. By addressing these challenges, organizations can leverage remote work to create a more flexible and resilient workforce.

Article by: Maryna Stiahailo - Akkerman | Published: 10 May 2023

The top 10 components of great leadership development

Developing leaders is one of the best investments for employers. Successful leadership development programs deliver a 25% increase in organizational outcomes and 20% jump in job performance. Unfortunately, only 7% of CEOs believe their companies are building effective leaders. To ensure your leadership development program succeeds, apply these top 10 components.

Article by: Ben Lichtenwalner - Radiant Forest, LLC | Published: 10 May 2023

Looking after the mental health of expectant and new mothers at work

Maternal Mental Health Awareness Week takes place 1-7 May and is a reminder for employers and business leaders about the support that pregnant and postpartum mothers may need and how best to deliver that.

Article by: Clare Price, Director Clinical Services - Onebright | Published: 9 May 2023

Who’s going to be first to be fired by a robot?

Despite the increased use of algorithms in deciding who to hirer and firer HR is not going to be replaced by AI in the near future.

Article by: Blair McPherson - Former Director, Author and Blogger | Published: 9 May 2023

Signs are the Great Resignation is reversing

Employers are increasingly turning their attention to the unretired. Many recognise the opportunity to engage a growing talent pool that can help address labour shortages and enrich workforces.

Article by: Charlotte Black - Forbes Solicitors. | Published: 8 May 2023