One of the key business priorities for 2022 is rebuilding employee experience and engagement. Lack of engagement at work is costing companies an average of over $3 million every year.
Sir Richard Branson, founder of The Virgin Group, famously said, "Clients do not come first. Employees come first. If you take care of your employees, they will take care of the clients."
Teams are a critical component of success. From the sports field to corporate boardrooms, effective teams drive greater results.
How does a full year of paid leave for new parents sound? Or four-week sabbaticals to “pursue creative talents”? How about fertility assistance and egg freezing for would-be parents? Or even paying for gender reassignment surgery?
When there’s so much going on in our lives it’s easy to forget how grateful we are for what we have. We’re busy building our careers, nurturing relationships, bringing up children, and pursuing our hobbies.
Businesses will demand more and more of Human Resources teams this year. It’s a big challenge – and opportunity – for HR Managers.
Healthcare faces a crisis. Confronted with the immense ongoing pressures of their job, workers are burning out. Their wellbeing is low and their vulnerability high. Employees are leaving in droves. Employers must introduce change to stop our healthcare heroes from becoming healthcare martyrs.
Disengaged workers are leaving their jobs faster than ever, and engagement, not pay or perks, is the main reason why. Employee engagement is tougher than ever for businesses, according to the Gallup State of the Global Workplace 2021 Report.