Latest research from TechSmith has revealed that using more visual content in employee communications, such as GIFs, emojis, video and screenshots, could boost UK productivity by £127bn.
Free snacks, flexible working hours and paid-for fitness memberships have been named as three of the most realistic job perks business owners can introduce to keep staff happy.
In order to avoid the negative impacts of an understaffed office on employee morale and a business’ bottom line, it is essential for employers to always maintain sufficient staffing levels, while also considering how to keep workers happy and motivated over the summer months.
With recent legal cases setting new precedents for the gig economy, Nicole Rogers, solicitor at DAS Law explores both sides of the fence and the rights of employees and employers working in the gig economy
Charlotte Cooke-Vaughan, an HR consultant at law firm Cripps, celebrates the many documented benefits (wo)man’s best friend brings to the workplace.
For businesses to stay flexible and innovative, it’s important to encourage learning. To do that, you must create an environment which puts learning, professional and personal development at the heart of your people strategy.
A recent global report looks at the drivers and perceived benefits of alternative workplace programmes, uncovering the leadership and workplace strategy implications for organisational leaders.
UK businesses are already one of the top employers of short contract “gig workers” at international scale. With Brexit just around the corner, the flow of gig workers moving in and out of Britain is set to increase.
Recent study sheds light on the top perks that UK employees want – including flexible working, a closed gender pay gap and more.