Mindfulness and workplace wellbeing is so important nowadays as we all grapple with working from home. The team at Amiqus have some great processes in place to help their staff, no matter where they are, to feel part of the team.
There is a tinge of irony in the fact that the technology that has enabled much of the country to operate, in many cases more productively, from their home office, may also be the cause of many of the mental health issues we face.
However, in a positive twist, it may also become the solution.
HR Analytics has become an essential business function for some businesses, whereas, for others, it is still very much a functional tool that provides necessary data on absence or timekeeping. Where is your business?
The Job Entry Targeted Support (JETS) scheme aims to boost the job prospects of over 250,000 people through support from 13,500 work coaches. Recent research carried out by Eden Scott, one of Scotland's leading recruitment agencies, highlighted the value HR professionals put on the softer skills when recruiting.
As many of us exist in a remote-working scenario, fielding calls and sending emails from the kitchen table what is happening about our training. For some, the need to adopt virtual reality training has become a necessity.
Sadly there are still many employees who hide their mental health issues from their employers. The impact on the individual and the business can be very costly. Here are six apps that could help your business manage the mental health of your team and create a happier, healthier workforce.
It is fair to say, at the start of 2020 not many of us would have been sitting in our offices expecting to spend the rest of the year working from home. But the pandemic has made that reality for most. Which brings into question the future of the office in its traditional form. What will it look like next year? We take a look.
As we enter the next stage of our COVID crisis businesses now need to start thinking about people returning to work. This is not easy, especially for many businesses who can't physically deal with the social distancing in their office or whose market is still stifled by the recession. Here are a few things to consider as your team returns.
It's time to batten down the hatches and call in the dogs. Prepare to manage cash flow and make sure we come out of this still operating. While this is the only way to manage this situation as people's livelihoods are on the line, it is time for the marketing community to step up and do their bit.
Internal communications is often a discipline that is taken for granted and even overlooked. The is an expectation that it is information people should already know or don't need to know.
We took a look at what it takes to keep your staff informed and up to date.