With only three weeks to go until the 3rd Annual Apprentices and School Leavers Conference at the Hilton Hotel, Canary Wharf, we are delighted to announce
Zeena Cala, Head of Employer Development at the Skills Funding Agency as Chair for the event - as well as a wealth of inspiring, thought leading speakers.
To help you celebrate National Stress Awareness Day and tackle stress in your workplace, we are offering an exclusive £50 discount on tickets for the 11th Annual Workplace Wellbeing and Stress Forum on 23rd November.
As we move towards the New Year, when new budgets are being prepared and hiring processes are given a fresh lease of life, it is vital that we are vigilant about the way in which we recruit staff. It can be tempting to seek out familiar options during times of uncertainty, such as in wake of Brexit and Donald Trump’s victory in America.
The way we choose to look and dress is seen as a way of expressing our personalities and beliefs. In the UK we have a lot of freedom around what we can wear in public but the issue around workplace dress codes, specifically in reference to religious beliefs, remains a controversial and difficult area to navigate.
This article looks at some of the different ways in which both genders communicate, explores whether these differences are apparent in a workplace mediation setting, and then examines what type of communication helps or hinders the success of mediation.
Today’s recruiters want their assessments to deliver four objectives: to differentiate their employer brand, to provide an engaging candidate experience, to deliver process efficiency and, most importantly, to provide robust and objective data about which candidates will thrive in the role and fit their culture.
It’s your job to make sure your leaders and managers employ people whose talents fit your organisation and who can thrive there. And it’s your job to harness the talents of all individuals as appropriate, rather than a select few.
This month sees the highest number of google searches ever recorded for the term “Mindfulness.”
Mindfulness remains a big deal, with the flurry of media attention continuing to grow year on year.
However, despite this popularity how many of us really understand what it’s all about. And perhaps more importantly how to integrate it into our working life?
Business leaders know far too well that an engaged workforce is likely to be more productive and invested in their company as a whole. In fact, according to recent research 70% of business leaders see a strong link between engagement and productivity.