Over the past few months conversations about time blindness, a condition related to attention deficit hyper activity disorder (ADHD), have exploded.
The modern workforce is vastly different from a decade ago. The influx of Millennials and Generation Z in the workplace has brought about a shift in expectations and values.
Only 15% of employees have regular career growth conversations, according to new research seen exclusively by HR magazine.
Over half of workers (55%) feel work is getting more intense and demanding, according to a study from the Trades Union Congress (TUC).
Poorly designed HR tools are damaging productivity and frustrating employees, according to new research.
When employees see something not right or not working, one in six (17%) think their line manager stops them from speaking up, according to a new study.
The CIPD has called for managers to be trained on people skills following research which found poor managers have a negative effect on employee mental health.
Workers in low-skilled and non-unionised jobs are more at risk of being monitored by technology such as webcam, movement and email monitoring, according to a new report.
A lack of communication is impacting remote workers' progression and managers’ understanding of their team's challenges, a new study has found.
A majority (67%) of line managers know how to spot early warning signs of poor mental wellbeing, according to new research.