Nearly half of employees say communication is the area their leadership most needs to improve during the coronavirus pandemicLeadership Internal communications
Our HR Lunchtime Debate on 14 May explored what company cultures will look like post-pandemic, asking how they can become more people-centric and what HR can do to lead the shift
Over the years I’ve spoken to countless journalists – but the interview I gave to the Financial Times in March 2014 is one I’ll never forget
SMEs could be looking at a bill of up to £255,500 if employees don’t take their annual leave allowance this year, research by coworking company Instant Offices has revealed
Lockdown restrictions and essential travel guidelines have saved the UK’s driving population £267 million in fuel costs during the COVID-19 outbreak
Unclear guidance could be causing workers to break furlough as nearly 7 in 10 workers in a Censuswide study have admitted to checking their work inbox during their furlough period.
Despite growing to rival both the film and music industries in terms of size, revenue and cultural impact, the general public’s impressions of the games industry remain somewhat confused.
While the desperate human consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic unfold, the HR profession is charged with reimagining how it interacts with a business landscape that has perhaps been forever reworked
New research by Aetna found a third (35.8%) of employees in the UK, the U.S., Singapore and the UAE admitted to having lied about sick days
The prospect of a return to workplaces has been the cause of new alarm to employees. What’s the real priority, finances or health and safety?