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Authentic leadership begins with employee relations

Recent times have shone a light on how important it has been to have effective leaders running throughout a successful team to survive - and thrive - beyond the global crisis. And for the HR leaders prioritising Employee Relations, they have been able to re-address how their organisations can drive forward meaningful change.

Article by: Peter Byrne, CEO and founder - ESPHR | Published: 19 July 2021

How a no blame culture works

Whether it’s penalty misses or bad decisions there should be no scapegoats, no coverups, just a willingness to talk openly about mistakes

Article by: Blair McPherson - former Director, Author and Blogger | Published: 18 July 2021

Returning to work after long-term absence

Alaana Woods shares her own personal story on returning to work after long-term absence and encourages businesses to take steps to protect and retain employees.

Article by: Alaana Woods - BUPA EAP | Published: 17 July 2021

Three ways to Broaden soft skills and developing talent

Before leveraging complex technologies like AI, in-house counsel must first develop soft skills to keep up with the new challenges facing legal and to gain support for legal innovation within their organization.

Article by: Giuseppe Marletta, Managing Director Europe - The Association of Corporate Counsel (ACC), and Antje Teegler, Director International Membership Services - The Association of Corporate Counsel (ACC) | Published: 16 July 2021

The moral imperative to vaccinate poorer countries

As the UK and other developed nations begin to phase out Covid-19 restrictions, many lower-middle income countries feel left behind by the unequal distribution of vaccines.   This is despite the G7 pledging 870million vaccine doses for 2021 and 2022, which has been welcomed by international NGOs, but is still no-where near enough to protect populations from the rampant spread of the virus.   

Article by: Dr Nik Kotecha OBE, Founder and Chair of Trustees - the Randal Charitable Foundation | Published: 16 July 2021

What can be done if workplace culture turns toxic?

CE Safety analysed HSE data to reveal a concerning trend of workplace violence. Following the reopening of offices in the UK, the occupational health and safety specialists have compiled advice for industry professionals who are looking for support in their fight against workplace violence. 

Article by: Gary Ellis- CE Safety | Published: 16 July 2021

Why we must apply judgement to data

Data analysis will become an increasing part of HRs roles. This is good news, as there is a range of sophisticated technology solutions able to help with this task. What these do not do (yet) is apply judgement to findings. This is one area where professionals will continue to add real value.

Article by: Rupert Morrison, CEO - Concentra | Published: 15 July 2021

How to embrace transparent culture in a hybrid working environment

Slack recently conducted research examining current working habits and how employees feel about the future of work, which Stuart can weave into this piece, to help demonstrate the importance of nurturing culture and creating teams that are aligned around shared goals, priorities and purpose – more challenging than ever in a post-pandemic world.

Article by: Stuart Templeton - Head of UK Slack  | Published: 15 July 2021

Leaders call for freedom in more ethical, responsible and sustainable organizations

Brussels 9 July, 2021: A new report by Amrop, a global executive search and leadership consultancy, reveals the current career needs of senior executives across the world*. Executives answered confidential questions regarding their expectations from their next hiring organization, their approach to the hiring process, why they left their last job and their openness to changing organizations at the current time.

Article by: Steffi Gande -The Amrop Partnership | Published: 14 July 2021