The recent Climate Change strike saw thousands of employees take action on a global scale. They took to the streets in cities such as Seattle, London and Dublin to express their passion for this cause. Regardless of how you feel about Climate Change personally or politically, as an employer it has now become a vital consideration for any business wanting to recruit and retain quality talent, particularly in the future.… Read More »Employers MUST Take Action Against Climate Change
Flexible working has become less of a perk and more of an expectation for employees around the globe. This is somewhat of a challenge for employers, particularly if the former office culture was closer to being all work and no play. However, if you want to attract and retain key talent, especially millennials and generation Z, it is vitally important to create an authentic, feasible flexible working policy. To help… Read More »3 Reasons Flexible Working Won’t Work For You
So you’ve just employed the perfect candidate? Exactly the person you hoped for when you advertised your opening. This great news as one of the major challenges facing employers in the current economy is recruiting talent. Recruiting quality talent and recruiting enough of them. However, the battle is not won yet. It’s important to keep in mind that whilst your new employee may have impressed at interview by citing the… Read More »3 Ways To Connect With New Joiners Before They Start
One of the key things employers need to provide is a stimulating and engaging workplace. This can sometimes be a challenge however a great place to start is incorporating health and fitness into the day-to-day lives of employees. Many of us are becoming more aware of our health and the negative effects that sitting for long periods of time behind a desk can have on it. Therefore we are all… Read More »5 Ways To Promote A Healthy Lifestyle In The Office
Just as everyone begins to grasp the trends and working styles of millennials, it is time to make way for their successors. Whether you call them Gen Z, iGen or Centennials, they are immersed in an entirely different culture to their predecessors. Thought to be born between 1996 and 2010 (although I believe it is their behaviours which set them apart, not their age), we are now beginning to see… Read More »Are Gen Z Really Different To Millennials?
The Problem Generation. They have no patience, no grit and no resilience. These are some of the thoughts I have recently heard associated with millennials. However, the truth is that, although leaders are finding it a challenge to understand their carefree mindset and unwavering confidence, there are many key reasons why it will benefit your organisation to impress the new generation as much as you hope they can impress you. … Read More »Why You Must Stop Alienating Millennials
Many companies onboard employees at least annually. Some of them have a formal training structure and some simply make a casual introduction of the new-start to their team members and leave them to figure out things within their new environment on their own. Although there are arguments to support the latter of these options, many of them revolving around budgets and time constraints, here are five key reasons why a… Read More »5 Reasons To Have A Formal Induction Process