As OpenAI’s ChatGPT continues to make waves, with the world becoming somewhat obsessed with the AI (artificial intelligence) program, experts from University of Salford Business School are calling on business leaders looking to capitalise on the technology to streamline, to ensure ethical considerations are rooted in every decision they make.
Article by: Dr Maria Kutar, Senior Lecturer in Information Systems, and Dr Gordon Fletcher, Salford Business School Lead for Research | Published: 4 March 2023
In a fluctuating economic context, it is is crucial that leaders are supported and well-equipped through a well-defined executive development programme.
Article by: Professor Jonathan Passmore, Senior Vice President (Coaching) - CoachHub | Published: 3 March 2023
According to the Employee Financial Wellbeing Study, only 43% of men and 30% of women think their salary is keeping up with their cost of living. This highlights the importance of financial wellness as a required employee benefit.
Article by: Nicola Gillies - Contributor | Published: 3 March 2023
Disorganised files, multiple systems, different catalogues, and even printed documents are the library contents for many companies that have gone through significant growth over the years.
Article by: Sympa | Published: 2 March 2023
Workplace trends have shown no sign of slowing down in 2023. In January, the long-awaited government response to the Women and Equalities Committee’s menopause in the workplace report was released. It sparked conversation around the importance of businesses creating supportive cultures to help women feel they can continue their careers whilst experiencing menopause symptoms.
It relates to a topic set to continue to be a challenge for businesses over the next year: recruiting and retaining talent. A poll by Gartner identified recruitment as a top priority for 46 per cent of HR leaders this year and 95%* of those surveyed by WTW say they are worried about retention in 2023.
Article by: Danni Rush, COO - Virgin Incentives, Virgin Experience Days and Virgin Experience Gifts | Published: 2 March 2023
Read our blog to discover the 7 challenges facing HR in deskless workplaces, and how workforce management technology can help overcome them.
Article by: Nathan Miller - Humanforce | Published: 2 March 2023
People may give many reasons for leaving a job. Unrealistic expectations. Excessive workload. Lack of flexibility. Unfair pay. But perhaps the biggest reason for employee turnover may be that there was no manager trying to keep them there.
52% percent of exiting employees say that their manager or organisation could have done something to prevent them from leaving their job. But only about a third of former employees said they had a conversation with their manager about leaving before they quit.
Article by: Ryan Pendell And Claire DeCarteret - Gallup | Published: 1 March 2023
SOME OF THE WORLD'S PROFILE BUSINESS LEADERS HAVE SAID THAT HYBRID WORKING IS ALL FROTH AND NO SUBSTANCE. THEIR OPINION IS, ACHIEVING UNPRECEDENTED LEVELS OF PRODUCTIVITY IS BORDERING ON FANTASY. BUT FOR A FEW BUSINESSES AND INDUSTRIES - IN WHICH HYBRID IS THE DE FACTO WAY OF OPERATING - IT REALLY IS BUSINESS AS USUAL, WITH A TRANSIENT, PROJECT-BASED WORKFORCE THAT COMES AND GOES, AS AND WHEN REQUIRED. FOR THE MAJORITY, STUCK WITH MORE RIGID AND TRADITIONAL BUSINESS NORMS AND FRAMEWORKS, MUSCLE MEMORY KEEPS INFLEXING AND EXPOSING OLD TRAITS
Article by: DR DEBBIE BAYNTUN-LEES, PROFESSOR OF ORGANISATIONAL CHANGE - HULT INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS SCHOOL (ASHRIDGE) | Published: 1 March 2023
We’ve all heard the scare stories. The availability of endless data will allow organisations to become less reliant on the human workforce. Artificial Intelligence (AI) is going to be smarter than humans. And automation will take away lots of our jobs.
Article by: Matt Rumins, European Head of Customer Success - Intradiem | Published: 1 March 2023
In my role as a workplace behaviour consultant, I have seen a significant increase in allegations of bullying across all age profiles. While much of this challenge is undoubtedly connected to adjustments to the post-pandemic workplace, the solutions needed are as personal and varied as the corporate cultures of our clients.
Article by: Victoria Lewis, CEO - Byrne Dean | Published: 1 March 2023