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Workplace culture

In defence of the young: Employers must recruit for tomorrow – not just today

"It’s time for fresh, engaged thinking that capitalises on the crisis around talent to drive innovation. Only then will we really start to lay the bedrock for an employment landscape that our brightest and best young talent will want to meaningfully connect with." - Rob Taffinder, assistant director of the University of Bristol's Careers Service
Hybrid working set to grow
Workplace culture

‘Half of UK employees now adopting hybrid working’ – CIPD

More than half (51%) of employees are alternating between home and office as more organisations support hybrid working, according to the CIPD.
People, place, technology: The keys to empowering the hybrid employee experience.
RetentionWorkplace culture

People, place, technology: The keys to empowering the hybrid employee experience

Studies have shown that the quality of an organisation’s customer experience is directly linked to its employee experience.
Kate Palmer - , HR Advice & Consultancy Director at Peninsula
Workplace culture

International Women’s Day: Chatting with Kate Palmer

International Women’s Day takes place today (8th March): a Global Day of Awareness that celebrates the social, economic, cultural, and political achievements of women, whilst also acknowledging the need for further progression.
Burning candle on table in darkness
Health and wellbeingWorkplace culture

3/4 of employers support extending paid bereavement leave

Three quarters (75%) of employers support extending Jack’s Law to allow employees experiencing any close family bereavement to take paid time off, research from the CIPD finds. 
One in four workers don't feel adequately trained
Professional developmentWorkplace culture

One in four workers don’t feel adequately trained to do their jobs

One in four UK employees feel they haven’t received sufficient training to succeed in their roles. New research by LMS provider Digits suggests that only 73% of employees are confident that they have been properly trained to do their jobs. As many as one in six (16%) employees are unsure they’ve received enough training, and …

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