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Employee engagement stagnates: what can HR do to turn the tide?

Although we collectively lived through a global pandemic in the past 18 months, employee experience across different countries varied. Western European workers may have had the benefit of an increased focus on employee wellbeing, but they’ve come out of it less engaged. How can this be and what can HR and leadership teams do to


Employee belonging: What has been the human cost of furlough?

In July the UK’s pandemic furlough scheme reduces, before it closes fully in October. At last count on 31 May 2021, 2.4 million people were furloughed, across 30% of UK employers. In total, 11.6 million jobs have been supported by the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS). Without it, the loss of employment would have been


On-boarding: The first 100 days – a seven-stage action plan

In 1933, when Franklin D Roosevelt talked about the importance of his first 100 days in office, he can hardly have imagined that the concept would be relevant to the upper echelons of business almost a century later. Today, the term ‘on-boarding’ has come to mean the introduction of a new leader to a company:


Social media screening – is it ethical?

Social media is one of the most popular forms of communication in the 21st century, with over 1.6 billion monthly users. Anyone can connect with anyone else, or find out information about them that may not otherwise be available. Social media and recruitment With this in mind, it was only a matter of time before


How to prevent return-to-workplace anxiety

Covid-19 brought with it many changes to employee working conditions. While some people found themselves operating front and centre of a global pandemic, others had to quickly get to grips with working from home, possibly for the first time. Many have noted the benefits of remote working, such as improved work/life balance and reduced commuting


When and How Employers Should Respond to Employee Activism

​Employee activism is rising and becoming a defining feature of the modern workplace. More than 80 percent of employers expect a rise in activism among their employees by 2024, according to research by global law firm Herbert Smith Freehills. However, there is no uniform definition of what employee activism is or includes, or a singular

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Employers Are Hiring More Remote HR Leaders

Data indicates that employers are hiring for more remote senior roles as they decide to sustain remote workforces. An analysis from jobs site Indeed found that job postings are now twice as likely to mention the ability to work remotely than before the COVID-19 pandemic. Additionally, postings for senior-level remote jobs increased by 22 percent


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