This week, leading HR news site HRreview are running the Employee Engagement and Reward Week – a week long spotlight on this important issue in the UK in 2018.
More than ever, issues of gender equality and pay and sex discrimination in the workplace are at the forefront of public consciousness. Against this backdrop, Louise Skinner, Employment Partner in the London office of global law firm Morgan Lewis, takes a look at the key trends emerging from gender pay gap reporting as the first annual deadline of 4 April 2018 approaches.
With the latest research from Gallup revealing that 67% of the global workforce is disengaged. representing approximately $7 trillion in lost productivity, it is clear that employee engagement has to be at the top of the HR agenda.
From jazzing up your workplace, to improving your email etiquette, adopting these surprising habits will help to enhance brain function and improve concentration to keep you performing at an optimum level all throughout the day.
How can we use self-assessment, feedback and pre-interview tasks to locate and overcome the skills gaps in the graduate market? Ellie Green from Milkround tells us how.
This week, leading HR news site HRreview are running the Graduate Recruitment and Development Week – a week long spotlight on this important issue in the UK in 2018.
If you work in an office, you’ve likely had to deal with office politics—they’re unavoidable. This infographic from GetCRM shares the right and wrong ways as well as insightful tips to effectively deal with office politics.
HR is constantly changing thanks to new technologies and continuous developments. With so many organisations collecting data of employees’ activities and performance, most of these trends involve data mining. Software and strategic data mining also offer solutions for large enterprises where monitoring individuals is even more difficult.
2017 was an interesting year for employment law – with Brexit, the gender pay gap, sexual harrassment and the gig economy dominating the headlines: and we can expect 2018 to continue in the same vein. Here’s a rundown of the key areas to watch in the year ahead
With the UK’s productivity under close scrutiny, during the budget and as a result of ONS statistics, the “Always On Con” research from The Workforce Institute Europe at Kronos has revealed that British workers consistently under-perform compared to their European counterparts.