Values

What do employees want organisational culture to look like in 2022?

In yesterday’s (25 January) HR Lunchtime Debate HR experts discussed the shape of organisational culture for the year ahead.

Is your organisation effectively addressing its employee needs?

Improving employee experience begins with understanding an employee’s point of view, but some organisations are currently failing to do that.

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Euro 2020 online abuse leads to calls for employer involvement

The result of last night’s (11 July) Euro 2021 final has led to a significant increase in racist and hateful comments on social media that are being traced back to the commenters’ employers.

Why ‘one big family’ is one big red flag

What does family mean to you? What does it mean to your colleagues? Your potential recruits? For such an often-used term, family can be a divisive word. For some it can mean a supportive, safe...

The importance of authentic leadership

While being an authentic leader can be difficult, the combination of a professional approach with the expression of our unique personality can help organisations thrive

Responsible use of staff data could boost revenues by 12.5%

Neither employees nor leaders are confident they’re collecting employee data ethically, meaning they could be missing out on substantial revenue growth, according to Accenture

Firms alienating young staff with lack of mental health support

?Young people entering the workplace feel let down by firms' attitudes to mental health, Business Disability Forum and YouthSight have found

UK workers more motivated by pay

The UK workforce is more motivated by money than other European countries, suggesting low engagement

Poor charity cultures putting talent off

One in four (37%) people have been put off working for the charity sector by recent sexual harassment scandals, according to research from Kin&Co

Emotional intelligence undervalued in the workplace

One in four (25%) UK business leaders say that emotional intelligence (EQ) is undervalued in the hiring process, according to research by Robert Half

Approaching business aims with a D&I lens

Treating wider business objectives as D&I issues can strongly support success in these aims, according to Skanska's global diversity manager

The importance of a people-centred culture

Employee engagement

Design cultures that embed goals and values in such a way that employees are consistently customer focused