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Five HR trends for 2023

The cost of living crisis has created ripples in the economy, affecting employees and businesses alike, so for HR professionals to see it as their most significant challenge comes as no surprise. This article discusses five trends HR can expect to face.

Article by: Jo Chambers, Head of Outsourced HR Solutions at WorkNest | Published: 13 January 2023

DEI and hybrid working will support women into leadership roles

To continue to put women at the forefront, businesses must incorporate gender diversity strategies, such as hybrid working, mentoring schemes, and male allies that focus on female employment at the hiring & promotion stage.

Article by: Miranda Collard, Global Chief Client Officer of Teleperformance | Published: 12 January 2023

LEARNING & DEVELOPMENT – HIVE – – Issue 218 – DECEMBER 2022 | Article of the Week

The workplace is no longer the hive of activity in terms of physical presence. Increased hybrid working opportunities - one of lockdown’s unintended legacies - and increased globalisation of teams, have allowed businesses to recruit from a wider pool of talent, which offers benefits in terms of diversity, but can be more challenging for managers. The irony of this move to remote working is that it has the potential to disengage. Consequently, there has never been a more important moment to channel learning & development into engaging an increasingly remote and disparate workforce.

Article by: JILL WHITTAKEROBE , MANAGING DIRECTOR - HIT TRAINING LTD | Published: 11 January 2023

Three key workplace trends for 2023

Based on data from Bupa Global’s Executive Wellbeing Index, here are some key workplace trends that will business leaders need to be aware of in order to create the best possible working environment for their teams in 2023.

Article by: Anthony Cabrelli, Managing Director of Bupa Global | Published: 11 January 2023

Six important practices to support mental health in 2023

insights from leading mental health Company Onebright, and Director of Clinical Services, Clare Price on the most important practices that organisations and businesses should value for their workforce this year.

Article by: Clare Price, Director of Clinical Services at Onebright | Published: 10 January 2023

2033 the year of the shapeshifters

Message from the future. Organisations need to be able to change. Managers need to be able to adapt. Employees need to be flexible. Everyone needs to be able to shift their shape.

Article by: Blair Mcpherson | Published: 10 January 2023

STUDENT JOINERS – THE TOMORROW PEOPLE – – Issue 218 – DECEMBER 2022 | Article of the Week

YOUNGER EMPLOYEES AREN’T PROTESTING FROM THEIR SOFAS AGAINST THE PRINCIPLE OF THE DAILY GRIND, THEY ’RE PURSUING JOBS AND CAREERS THAT MEET THEIR VERY SPECIFIC NEEDS - EXPECTATIONS SHAPED BY RECENT GLOBAL AND ECONOMIC EVENTS. EMPLOYERS NEED TO ENSURE THEIR OFFERING DOESN’T JUST TICK THE FLEXIBLE WORKING POLICY BOX, BUT MEETS FOUR DISTINCTIVE CRITERIA.

Article by: HELEN BEEDHAM, DIRECTOR - HELEN BEEDHAM CONSULTING LTD | Published: 9 January 2023

How to bring employees back to work with confidence

Any company can benefit from a holistic approach to employee wellbeing, but getting started in the journey can be easy and straightforward. Here are five immediate actions you can take to get started today.

Article by: By Matthew Trowbridge, MD, MPH, Chief Medical Officer, International WELL Building Institute | Published: 9 January 2023

How can we truly incorporate diversity amongst workers?

Diversity in the workplace has become an increasingly hot topic in recent years, and many organisations have made diversity, equity and inclusion a high priority for their business. Many organisations assume that there is tension between hyper-growth and improving diversity. However, that isn’t necessarily the case.

Article by: Chloe Cameron, Chief People Officer, at Pax8 EMEA | Published: 6 January 2023