The office landscape is changing. Old cultural norms like business casual, 9-5 hours and overtly hierarchical structures are phasing out, making way for a more flexible and smarter environment.
It goes without saying that every single company wants to succeed on a commercial level.
More and more small business owners are making wellbeing a priority within their businesses. Whether that’s to retain their current team members, to make the workplace a more positive place or to help attract new talent to join the company.
Worried about your recruitment job becoming obsolete because of technology? Fear not, recruitment will always need the human touch and technology only stands to benefit both recruiters and job seekers alike.
By 2025, millennials (generation Y) will make up approximately 75% of the worldwide, occupying a growing number of leadership roles in the workplace. 74% of this generation also believe that their workplace is more innovative when the…
Employees owning shares in the company that they work for isn’t a new concept. In fact, in 1950 the ownership of the John Lewis Partnership was passed to trustees to benefit those who worked for the business.
Today, corporate security is everyone’s responsibility. Whether you work in procurement, finance, sales, or legal, you need to identify and manage risks—digital and physical—related to your department.