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The taboo that is men and mental health

Men are at higher risk from Covid-19 and suffering from mental health issues in silence: a potentially lethal combination. With Men’s Health Week, commencing 15 June, it’s important that businesses understand why men may be reticent to access support if they are struggling.

Article by: Brett Hill, distribution director - Towergate Health & Protection | Published: 25 June 2020

Lost in translation? Supporting emotional wellbeing while remote working

As the coronavirus pandemic continues to disrupt the world of work – seeing many businesses remote working - effective communication has never been so important in businesses both large and small.

Article by: Brendan Street, Professional Head of Emotional Wellbeing - Nuffield Health | Published: 24 June 2020

HR in the Time of Coronavirus

The coronavirus outbreak has forced almost every business, in every corner of the world, to adapt and improve their procedures immediately. From remote working to paid sick leave and redundancies, there’s a lot to consider.

Article by: Paul Sleath - PEO Worldwide | Published: 24 June 2020

How Working Remotely Is Making Us More Creative

While the shift to remote work has made many elements of daily working life more difficult, it also provides a hidden boost to humanity’s creative power. Companies that can nurture and harness this creativity stand to succeed.

Article by: Peter Berezhansky, VP of Product & Creative - Powtoon | Published: 23 June 2020

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How to transition teams back to the office from flexible working

 In two decades, LifeSearch has picked up hundreds of awards for its culture, expertise and customer service. Boasting a Trustpilot score of 4.9, the company is ranked number #3 in the Sunday Times' 2019 list of Best Places to Work.

Article by: Andrew Parker, Head of People and Culture - LifeSearch | Published: 23 June 2020

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How Emerging HR Technology Completely Changed Organisational Knowledge Management

All executives across the globe should embrace HR technology to represent a complete answer to need for innovation and continuous learning in today’s global market environment. Executives can implement HR technology to create conducive organizational climates that foster organizational learning in which individual knowledge is shared and utilized. Unshared knowledge is like lettuce in the

Article by: Mostafa Sayyadi - Management Consultant and Business & Technology journalist | Published: 22 June 2020

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Guide to tapping into apprentice levy transfers 

Every HR director in organisations with an annual payroll of £3 million or more will be well aware of the Apprenticeship Levy.  With 0.5% of their total payroll going to the Levy, that amount of money is hard to ignore.  Yet from our experience it looks like many businesses are ignoring it, missing out on thousands of pounds available to fund training by not utilising the Levy transfer option.   

Article by: Joe Crossley, CEO - Qube Learning | Published: 22 June 2020

Five things managers must now do differently

Managers need the confidence to ask the right questions and need to feel empowered to convert those conversations into actions. Confidence, clarity and actions that make a difference are essential for any effective conversation, but it’s particularly important with remote workforces, where those day to day collaborations are more difficult.

Article by: Anna Rasmussen, CEO and Founder - OpenBlend | Published: 21 June 2020

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Five best practices for delivering a better employee experience to remote workers

We are living through extraordinary times. The necessity to work from home has seen a paradigm shift in the way many organisations now operate. But some companies have embraced home working better than others. Here are five ways to deliver the best experience for your remote working employees.

Article by: Pierre-André Aeschlimann - Cherwell | Published: 20 June 2020