Unhappy retail workers seeking way out of industry

Retail workers no longer want to work in the sector and are looking for jobs elsewhere.

What does a futureproof HR strategy look like?

When thinking about the next five to 10 years in your organisation, sustainability is a question that will not go away. For example: how can we keep our talent for longer? What makes people happy?...

How HR technology can tackle the talent crisis

By leveraging technology, organisations can help address the Great Resignation, empower existing staff to thrive and attract fresh talent in this challenging new era of work.

Case studies: How employers strike a healthy balance with tech use

Striking a healthy balance in terms of tech usage can be a fine art. Here's how GitHub, Zurich and Howes Percival are mindful with technology.

Employees risking data breaches due to IT problems

Employees are experiencing IT service problems in their work, leading them to make more mistakes and potentially put data security at risk.

When do you add culture to your HR tech?

HR tech has evolved with a cultural focus, but it may take a lot more to get businesses up to speed, finds Dan Cave

Technology is not the solution to a bad culture

Employee engagement specialist Matt Phelan, co-founder and co-CEO of The Happiness Index, warns technology can never right the wrongs of a bad culture.

Mental health mobile apps: how useful are they?

Employee mental health has come to the fore, but with so many apps on the marketplace, it’s hard to know what would work best. Simon Kent investigates

Companies failing to provide employees with financial wellbeing support

Businesses aren't supplying their workers with the financial wellbeing support programmes they need, according to research from asset management firm Mercer.

Tik Tok and Instagram's impact on workplace training

Social media platforms like Tik Tok and Instagram could be having an influence on workplace training programmes.

How to lead with data in times of crisis

Organisational transformation is often fraught. But when crisis necessitates it - due to market changes, shifts in leadership, or, indeed a pandemic - having data that can guide large-scale changes...

Hospitality workers lack protection from racist abuse

Systems are in place for hospitality workers to report abuse from fellow members of staff, but employees are often left to deal with the worst of the general public.