Over the past few months conversations about time blindness, a condition related to attention deficit hyper activity disorder (ADHD), have exploded.
The atrocities committed by the terrorist organisation Hamas on 7 October 2023 have reignited the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, with Israel launching devastating retaliatory airstrikes on Gaza, a...
The contest to attract tech talent is fiercer than ever. Despite the recent economic slowdown and many businesses contending with the prospect of layoffs, the demand for tech professionals is rising.
HR professionals play a vital role in maintaining a strong company culture and ensuring employee engagement.
The manner in which we interact and communicate in the workplace affects everything. It changes relationships, morale, productivity, management, and wellbeing.
While diversity and inclusion has come to the forefront of public consciousness in recent years, a focus on budget cuts has had an unfortunate and disproportionate impact on DEI strategy in the past...
The story (almost) concludes - HR 3.0 Part 5: systems designers and people operations.
The need for businesses to reduce their carbon footprint and people’s desire to go electric are converging in the shape of the Electric Car Salary Sacrifice Scheme (ECSSS).
A large proportion (40%) of CEOs don’t think their company will be viable in a decade if they continue to operate as they currently do.
Following investigations by HMRC which concluded between 2017 and 2019, 202 employers have been named and shamed by the government for failing to pay their staff the legal minimum wage.
Earlier this month, prime minister Rishi Sunak unveiled a new post-16 educational qualification to replace A-Levels in his speech at the Conservative Party conference.
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.