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Multi-generational workforce welcomed but with increased risk of conflict say employers
David Gibbens

09 July 2018

Employers value the differing skillsets and knowledge that a multi-generational workforce can bring, but many worry that with this comes the increased potential for conflict in the workplace, a new survey has found.

New forces at work

09 July 2018

New forces are transforming the world of work. Societal shifts, digital technologies and tightening regulations are changing your people’s expectations about how, when and where they work. In this new era, outdated practices around recruitment, people management and workforce structures will leave your organisation exposed.

Download our new forces at work guide
David Williams-Richardson

09 July 2018

Download our new forces at work guide to gain details on practical ways you can deploy strategies such as flexibility of working and make sure that you have the right people in the right jobs in your organisation.

Analysing success – the importance of employee engagement
David Gibbens

09 July 2018

Employee engagement doesn’t just happen organically. Getting the most out of your workforce requires effort but organisations can reap multiple benefits by creating, executing and embedding employee engagement strategies with care and thought.

Hiring pressures
David Gibbens

09 July 2018

How many times have you been disappointed with a new recruit’s performance? They impressed you during the interviews and you had high hopes when you hired them. They had a great track record and all the skills you were looking for. But a year on, they’re still not delivering. Where did it all go wrong?

The five-generation workforce
David Gibbens

09 July 2018

Your organisation is in an unprecedented situation. For the first time since the Industrial Revolution, five generations of employees now work side by side. This will bring new opportunities and new threats. Your future performance will depend on your ability to create a culture of collaboration, inclusion and understanding.

Flexible working
David Gibbens

09 July 2018

The UK has a productivity problem. We work some of the longest hours in Europe, yet our output still limps behind that of nearly all our continental neighbours. The differential is so stark that German workers could finish on Thursday and still produce as much as we do in five days. Could flexible working help us close the gap?

Dealing with workforce disputes
Carolyn Brown

09 July 2018

Claims and complaints by disgruntled staff or enforcement action by regulatory bodies can inflict significant reputational and financial damage on organisations. Complying with employment law and following best HR process is the key to mitigating that risk.

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