?UK trade negotiations with the EU are at risk of leaving those in the professional and business services sectors unprepared.
Putting staff wellbeing first is central to retaining and attracting employees as businesses emerge from disruptions caused by the coronavirus pandemic, according to a new report from Gallagher.
?Amid the current crisis there is emerging a once-in-a-generation opportunity for HR professionals to take centre stage.
Over four in five (86%) of businesses are worried about losing their top HR and office support talent due to the ongoing impact of the pandemic.
Employers are taking action to reduce their gender pay gap due to concerns of the ‘naming and shaming effect’ poor pay equity can have on their ability to attract the best talent.
Almost a quarter (24%) of those with a mental health condition do not believe they have the same career progression as other colleagues.
As workers return from furlough and businesses begin to awake from enforced hibernation, HR will need to overcome some tricky challenges.
In today’s disruptive and challenging business environment, the role of the manager has rarely been so important.