A majority (69%) of UK leaders have said they believe their organisation currently has a digital skills gap, and 70% expect one to develop over the next year.Boardroom Learning and development Practitioners by sector 2015 Practitioners by sector 2016 Practitioners by sector 2019
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 how to use your HR data to elevate case management and support your business strategy.
Since March, the spread of COVID-19 and resulting national lockdowns have led to significant job losses around the country. However, a no-deal Brexit could lead to even more.
With the climate emergency firmly on political and industrial agendas, plus some employees demonstrating a lack of willingness to jump on crowded commuter trains and buses, now may be the perfect time for your organisation to consider Ultra-Low Emission Vehicles (ULEV).
Though the prime minister’s COVID-19 Winter Plan will mean the requirement to stay at home will be lifted from 2 December, a return to the tiered system, travel restrictions, and advice to continue working from home until April 2021 creates a mixed picture to what leaving the second lockdown means for businesses across England.
Resilience is the ability to recover from a series of difficulties, setbacks, or defeats and to quickly return to a high level of performance. It is not a single entity. Rather resilience is a combination of four elements that interact to produce the ‘Resilience Effect’.
Staff need on average three days a week (2.91) in the office to achieve maximum productivity, according to a new study by construction services company ISG.
Building critical skills and competencies will be HR leaders’ number one priority next year, according to a new survey from Gartner.
I’ve heard the phrase ‘the death of the office’ touted recently. Many companies – including Facebook – have already stated it will permanently embrace virtual working post-pandemic. It unlikely that many organisations will go back to the traditional, five-days-a-week office environment.
HR has played a heroic role in what will continue to be a tough time for the job market and work environment, said HR analyst and academy owner Josh Bersin closing the second day of the CIPD’s annual conference.
There has been a 63% increase in cybercrime since the outbreak of COVID-19, according to the annual Cyberchology report from IT security software company ESET and business psychology provider The Myers-Briggs Company.