Predicting the future is a risky business these days. After all, who could have predicted how the last few years have played out?
What’s your focus for Human Resources next year? Employee engagement, workplace morale, recruitment and retention? Whatever it is, setting clear HR objectives will be essential for success.
Today’s virtual workforces have led to a heavy reliance on digital communication tools. It’s meant more emails, more chat messages and more video meetings – all of which compete for employee attention.
Effective workplace communication is essential for leaders to connect with employees and strengthen engagement.
Hybrid working and flexible hours have become the new norm for workers. But this increased flexibility has created a problem for HR Managers – how to build company culture when so many staff aren’t around.
Resilient workplaces are more successful ones. But resilience is hard to achieve when businesses and their employees face the constant challenge of change and crisis.
Do you know the core values of your company? If you asked a new hire, could they tell you? What would a tenured employee say about them?
Resilience is in hot demand these days. Leaders demand it of their teams. Employers demand it of their businesses. But what does resilience actually mean – and how can we improve it?
In the last two years the world has gone through massive changes. From the Covid pandemic to huge cultural shifts and unrest it has been a turbulent time.