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Three in five Londoners would “climate snub” a payrise

Londoners are the most eco-conscious job candidates, reveals a national survey of 2,000 people commissioned by Resource Solutions, leading provider of workforce and advisory solutions.

Contributor: Tom Lakin, Global Practice Director - Resource Solutions | Published: 1 October 2023

Why is no one talking about ageism in the workplace?

The most common form of workplace prejudice is age discrimination. Yet any given workforce may now span five generations and with retirement age increasing, many businesses are missing opportunities to get the best out of their generational workforce because of ageism. Thom Dennis, CEO of Serenity in Leadership looks at the issues that are making ageism worse, the benefits of a multi-generational workforce and how to bridge the gap and modernise anti-ageist attitudes.

Contributor: Thom Dennis - Serenity In Leadership | Published: 8 September 2023

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Is being “woke” getting out of hand

Woke used to mean being alert to racial discrimination and prejudice but moved to encompass a broader awareness of social inequalities from background, generation, faith, ethnicity, sexuality, or gender. But are we now “too woke”. Most businesses have a DE&I strategy, some are more embedded and actioned than others, but is there a balance to be struck and should the volume be turned down on ‘sensitivities’?

Contributor: Joanne Lockwood - SEE Change Happen | Published: 27 July 2023

Discrimination is rife for overweight Brits

The report found that a third (32%) feel judged by colleagues whilst a quarter (26%) believe they have been gossiped about because of their weight.

Contributor: Izzy Rose - Contributor | Published: 27 June 2023

Why employees fear letting people at work know they have cancer

ew research reveals 71% of workers with cancer in the UK fear telling their colleagues about their diagnosis. • Half (48%) of those who fear telling colleagues about their cancer are worried about losing their job • 46% of UK workers with cancer have continued working since their diagnosis due to financial pressures, despite poor health

Contributor: Arthur Sadoun, Chairman & CEO - Publicis Groupe | Published: 10 February 2023

HR consultants driving to Ukraine to collect refugees

Co-founders of a Digital HR Transformation company are driving to the Ukraine border later this month in a minibus to transport 15 refugees to the UK.' 

Contributor: Matthew Murray - Udder | Published: 28 July 2022

Hand SOS signal introduced for victims of modern slavery

Construction leaders back a new SOS Hand Signal to help victims of modern slavery to seek support which has been launched on the UK's Anti-Slavery Day (Monday, 18th October).

Contributor: Mitch Price, Communications Officer - Stronger Together | Published: 25 October 2021

Why is workplace fund raising in crisis?

With the working from home guidance set to end on July 19, companies are taking a staggered approach to their plans for people to return to the office safely. Only a quarter expect to return to their desks five days a week, with half of the public working flexibly or in the office just three days a week or less, according to new research from Enthuse, the donations, fundraising and events platform.

Contributor: Chester Mojay-Sinclare - Enthuse | Published: 15 July 2021

theHRDIRECTOR announces support for St John Ambulance

theHRDIRECTOR has announced that St John Ambulance is their next chosen charity to support, following on from previous fund raising for NHS Charities Together, Mental Health UK, Youth Adventure Trust and Send a Cow.

Contributor: Hady Elsayed | Published: 12 May 2021