In the context of the upheaval and uncertainty during the last 18 months, it’s more important than ever that companies bring their people together.
News of London Pride's cancellation for the second year due to coronavirus restrictions is a blow to many in the LGBT+ community.
Several private companies have found themselves at the eye of their own media storms this year as employees have taken to the press or social media to air concerns about company culture.
Culture change is afoot and business leaders must consider the past 18 months as they prepare for the new world of work.
Put your people at the centre of your business and success will follow, says former HR Award winner and HR director of Livv Housing Group, Jude Wilkinson.
The workplace has overwhelmingly been a turbulent environment over the past 18 months for everyone. Personal stressors and concerns due to COVID-19, coupled with suddenly adapting to working from home...
For some working from home has been a blessing; a way to avoid lengthy traffic jams, spend quality time with families or simply stay in bed an extra hour. But there are also some people for whom the...
When it comes to flexible working– do you update your existing flexible working policies to incorporate new ways of working or do you provide guidelines rather than rules?