Employee engagement strategy

Half of UK bosses in favour of home worker monitoring to improve wellbeing

A CIPD survey has revealed 55% of UK bosses agree that it is acceptable to collect information on regular home workers in the interests of wellbeing.

Five lessons from Unleash World 2022

With industry experts discussing topics ranging from data and AI to employee experience and the future of work, the Unleash World 2022 HR conference provided deep insight into the HR profession.

Achieving the sweet spot – the balance between people needs and business needs

Some of you reading this will no doubt have been discussing hybrid working with your clients or colleagues. If you have, then maybe you’ve experienced some extremes in thinking, with different groups...

Diversity and inclusion: don’t underestimate those quick changes 

In the last few years, diversity and inclusion (D&I) has risen fast on the corporate agenda. From discussions around pay equity, to board-level diversity to creating a culture that supports...

UK is in a great motivation crisis

The leaking roof or the dripping shower? Which catches your attention first? There’s something inherently myopic about the way we often look at risk – we tend to focus on what is in front of us...

Strong D&I strategy keeps employees engaged and motivated

Organisations that have not yet started to invest in equality, diversity and inclusion (EDI) initiatives are significantly more likely to suffer from declining levels of employee engagement.

Watch on demand: HR trends for 2022 and beyond

Panelists on Tuesday’s (7 December) HR Lunchtime Debate discussed the trends they expect to dominate HR’s agenda in 2022.

Josh Bersin: Don’t forget about deskless workers

HR analyst Josh Bersin has warned HR directors not to ignore the experience of deskless workers when improving the workplace.

Last chance to register: how to avoid failing with employee experience

HR magazine's next Lunchtime Debate will look at how to effectively utilise, communicate and generate genuine employee satisfaction with your employee experience investments.

Cover story: What benefits do your employees really care about? (part two)

There’s more to life than the monthly take-home, and employers are realising that an attractive and relevant benefits package is needed to entice and retain top talent, finds Sarah Ronan

Why your employee experience programme could be failing your people

HR magazine is excited to announce its next HR Lunchtime Debate around why your employee experience programme.

Cover story: What benefits do your employees really care about?

There’s more to life than the monthly take-home, and employers are realising that an attractive and relevant benefits package is needed to entice and retain top talent, finds Sarah Ronan