Last month, over 3,000 employees working across 70 UK businesses joined a nationwide six-month experiment to trial the success of a four-day working week.
Finding the right candidate for a new role can have a hugely positive impact on your business, from boosting team morale to improving the performance and efficiency of your operations.
This month’s theme is a seriously hot topic at the moment, and something we’ve probably all experienced in some aspect of our lives. We’re talking about ghosting.
After a seismic 18 months which has seen over 800,000 people lose their jobs, it could be easy to imagine that the employer – not the candidate – is very much in the driving seat.
The UK’s renewables sector is booming right now. As the government’s 2050 Net Zero pledge approaches, we’re making significant strides towards creating a cleaner, greener future.
Communication isn’t always at the top of a company’s agenda – especially in smaller businesses. But effective internal communication is the invisible glue that could be holding your entire organisation together.
It may seem like few people would risk quitting their job during a pandemic, but there are plenty who actually would – if they were unhappy enough. Here, we explore what makes someone quit their job.
In today’s uncertain marketplace, it might be tempting to simply put all your business costs on hold until 2021 when things seem a bit more ‘normal’ – including recruitment.
We often hear the term ‘corporate social responsibility’ bandied about, and lots of companies know they should have some kind of policy in place. But what does CSR actually mean?
What benefits can employers provide to support their team’s wellbeing as furloughed staff return to the workplace? Read on to find out.
It’s never easy to be the new person at work, but starting a job in renewables when many businesses are still operating remotely takes that challenge to an entirely different level.
Very few events are as likely to change the working world as the COVID-19 pandemic. So how might lockdown change things?
The very mention of performance reviews is enough to induce groans in most employees, and who can blame them? No one likes negative potentially negative feedback.
As Brexit uncertainty is set to continue well into 2020 and beyond, the world of recruitment – like so many others – is shrouded in unpredictability as the New Year beckons.