…The answer may just cost you your job! The growth of employee advocacy over the last few years is generally something to be welcomed, commended and encouraged. At one end […]
If you are one of the vanishingly small number of people who regularly read my blogs, then you may have spotted something of a thread that runs through them: in […]
TA and HR teams are stretched the breaking point. At what stage are organisations going to take care of the talent that takes care of the talent?
When all you have is a hammer, everything looks like a nail… the problem with the four-day work week.
I love reading new year predictions; they typically have a common theme of how this year will be the most important year ever for [enter your profession]…
According to the ONS, zero-hour contracts appear to form part of the ‘those who are employed’ stats. But are zero hours contracts representative of unscrupulous employer behaviour? Or is what the next generation of workers actually want?
A new hip and happening ‘thing’ that employers are encouraged to allow their staff time to pursue, the side hustle should be neither cool or celebrated as it’s indicative of employers not willing to pay enough for much-needed talent…
As we come out of the pandemic, the economy has bounced back faster and stronger than anyone imagined and the number of jobs available are at record levels.
Lord Chris Holmes, one of the judges for our Talent Acquisition awards rounded off a great winners ceremony with an important question:
Even pre-pandemic, there were numerous events, including our own, discussing the critical resourcing metrics and how can they be measured, how can TA leaders harness data and AI to create insight which will effectively inform their decisions and ultimately how to ensure TA Leaders get a seat at the table.