Kindness has been a pretty high-profile topic over recent months. During the pandemic, we have seen neighbours pulling together to help each other out. ‘Be Kind’ messages have appeared on noticeboards on the London Underground, and random acts of kindness by strangers have been hitting the headlines.
Establishing a process-centric culture is crucial for maintaining innovation and efficiency. It requires management to step back and trust their teams, but the rewards are phenomenal.
With web searches for ‘occupational burnout’ surging more than 2,500% since 2015, could HR teams hold the key to combatting busy culture? Or is being ‘totally slammed’ and ‘completely maxed out’ so tightly woven into workplaces that we have no hope of changing the narrative?
Coronavirus has provided businesses with the opportunity to carry out risk management processes in real time, according to Dan Peyton, partner at law firm McGuire Woods LLP.
As CHRO of a unique 334-year-old organisation at the heart of the UK’s financial establishment, Julia Tyson has much to do to reshape the insurance marketplace’s outlook for the 21st century, finds Jo Gallacher.
HR teams are still faced with significant obstacles implementing wellbeing strategies, including a lack of buy-in from senior leaders.