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Remote working needs more than infrastructure to make it work

Successful management of off-site workers requires more than infrastructure, and those extending remote working options need to adapt more than just their technology.

Contributor: Robin Sanders, Senior Vice President, Client Solutions - Guidant Global | Published: 27 May 2020

COVID-19: ultimate test for how employers really treat there people

British companies must find a “new normal” that puts employee welfare at the forefront of the corporate ethos once the coronavirus lockdown is lifted, experts said yesterday. A failure to do so will harm talent acquisition and retainment across sectors in the long-term, stifling financial recovery and future growth, it is claimed.

Contributor: Yetunde Hofmann, Managing Director - Synchrony Development Consulting | Published: 18 May 2020

Employee mental health top of mind for most businesses

Proactively involving employees in co-creation about the future direction of the business is hugely important. They feel much more involved and are also well placed to discuss whether a particular pivot could work or not, given the nature of their roles.

Contributor: Simon Hill, CEO - Wazoku | Published: 11 May 2020

COVID:19: shock more severe than 2008 global financial crisis and Great Depression

Commenting on the 2020 report, Mike Hampson, Founder & CEO of Bishopsgate Financial says: “2020 looked set to be a year in flux, however, the coronavirus crisis has without being dramatic turned the world upside down. The crisis has accelerated a number of trends from the focus of regulators on operational resilience, to climate change and the ability for technology to empower and provide workplace flexibility.”

Contributor: Mike Hampson, CEO, Bishopsgate Financial | Published: 23 April 2020

Global teams are struggling to feel connected to HQ

Globalization Partners’ 2020 global employee survey, Examining the Impact of Diversity on Distributed Global Teams, asked 1,725 randomly selected employees about their experience as distributed global team members.

Contributor: Nicole Sahin, CEO and Founder - Globalization Partners | Published: 29 March 2020

2020 UK & Ireland Top Employers Revealed

The first step in the certification process is participation in the HR Best Practices Survey: a comprehensive analysis of the organisation’s Human Resources environment. The Top Employers Institute then validates the answers and documents provided to ensure they accurately reflect the organisation’s employee conditions. After the validation of participants’ surveys, a third-party audit is conducted to ensure the integrity of the Top Employers Institute’s procedures, processes, systems and data. All participants must attain the international rating standard required for certification.

Contributor: Phil Sproston, Country Manager UK & Ireland - Top Employers Institute | Published: 2 February 2020

Retention fears for UK PLC intensifies

Talent management concerns are rising as one in three (31 percent) senior executives plan to prioritise employee retention and training over the next 12 months. A similar proportion (29 percent) of senior decision-makers say talent attraction is a key concern, as the ‘war for talent’ is set to intensify.

Contributor: Matt Weston | Published: 21 September 2019

Emotional intelligence – Newcastle October 15th

EQ Connects will host internationally renowned keynote speakers and EQ thought leaders from across the globe who will be sharing insights, ideas, experiences and fresh thinking on Emotional Intelligence with an audience of leaders from business and education. 

Contributor: EQ Connects | Published: 25 July 2019

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Ever questioned the intuition in your business?

The research serves as a direct call to action for the recruitment industry and is intended to empower HR decision makers who feel confined to using only competency questionnaires and other ‘hard’ measures to evaluate candidates.

Contributor: Alastair Paton | Published: 21 March 2019