Organisational behaviour

Employee relations during organisational change

Learn how to evolve beyond crisis management and drive transformation. Selenity’s latest webinar discusses the strategic methods to track and analyse employee relations, delving into root causes and...

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Lessons from the C-Suite: Emma Vass

I have been fortunate enough to enjoy every role I have had, and I’ve made the most of the diverse learning and development opportunities presented by each one.

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Leading by example

'Lead by example' is one of those oft-touted, but much less often enacted phrases used in management. HR, legal, and compliance professionals spend a lot of time crafting policies which set the rules...

Glassdoor introduces diversity and inclusion rating

?Glassdoor has launched a new company diversity and inclusion rating on its website to give job seekers a clearer picture of their prospective employer.

Employees need space to redefine themselves after a restructure

?HR must be mindful of the impact organisational change will have on employee identity.

The fresh start effect: forgetting old behaviours when heading back to the workplace

?With many employees now working from home due to the coronavirus crisis, most businesses have had this unwelcome change thrust upon them.

HR responds to COVID-19: software firm Personio

Throughout the coronavirus pandemic, Germany’s response as a country has been used as an example to help other countries in their plans to control, contain and reduce the risk of infection

How HR leaders have responded to coronavirus

The coronavirus pandemic has meant HR leaders have had to step up to the challenging job of ensuring their company’s people are cared for.

Lessons from the C-suite: Nicole Alvino

Nicole Alvino has always loved business and the ability of companies to create positive change

HR needs to consider how employees will readjust to working together again

HR should already be thinking about how it will help employees bounce back and readjust to working together again, according to former cabinet minister Justine Greening.

HR may not have all the answers to the Coronavirus outbreak but being there is enough

What a month. It’s difficult to put into words the collective anxiety and unease we are all feeling at the moment.

Ensuring assertiveness is not seen as bullying

Where is the line between being 'passionate' and 'bullying'? Between 'expressing strong opinions' and being 'aggressive'?