Author Archive: Paul Gray
We are always on the look out for interesting speakers with a story to tell. If you are an in house HR practitioner and would like to share your expertise, an interesting case study, thought leadership or bright ideas why…
For many organisations, stress has been a growing issue over the past few years – replacing muskulo-skeletal issues as a primary cause of absence. But now the debate is moving to wider mental health issues in the work place.
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.
Attend this seminar to learn more about how learning works, in theory and in practice. Understand the approaches your organisation can implement to increase both the rate and amount that people learn, and ensure the effective learning of your organisation as a whole.
Attend this seminar to catch-up with the latest thinking on HR business partnering and to fully understand what the role can look like, the skills and behaviours involved, and how existing HR generalists can be transformed into effective business partners.
This training course will equip you with the knowledge that you need to be able to establish a new apprenticeship programme, scale up an existing programme or re-focus your programme for excellence.
The aim of this short course is to inform participants of the potential age-related changes that occur in relation to work and how the impact of these can be assessed and reduced in the workplace.
The aim of the day is to provide participants with a greater understanding of the difficulties that arise from alcohol and drug use and the problem solving approaches to the management of these issues in workplace settings.
When employees do not understand the brand proposition, or their responsibility in delivering the brand promise, it compromises the brands value and will have a negative impact on the organisation.