Alison White, co-founder workplace designers and change advisers PLACEmaking, discusses the shift in our mentality towards a work-life balance post pandemic
It seems that having higher levels of trust in the government leads people to feel more secure in their jobs, producing better standards of work.
Stuart Woolgar, CEO of Global Guardians Management, reflects on how the pandemic has affected working patterns along with the impact of working from home on the property sector.
Dave Emsley, head of public sector tail spend services at OT Group, takes a look at how business leaders can develop strategic plans in five key areas to improve procurement processes
Becoming second worldwide in women’s representation rankings, the UK has climbed up the FTSE 100 index - from only 12.5% of women on boards, to just under 40%.
Sian Hopwood, EVP, Local Business Units at BluJay Solutions, discusses how women could be the answer to the future of supply chains.
A report by the World Health Organisation (WHO) says working from home can blur the boundaries, with individuals working longer hours than before.
A new study finds that businesses which use social values for profit – like the environment or social justice – can erode company status and consumer commitment.
A study has found that COVID work-from-home orders caused women physicians to publish fewer studies than men.
Alison White of PLACEmaking considers whether the 2000’s Big Tech influenced ‘Goofy’ headquarters offices have a place in the future.
Researchers find that women pursuing more managerial positions on company boards will lead to lower risk-taking and better outcomes for businesses, when discussing merit and goodwill.
Nicola Hemmings, Workplace Scientist at Koa Health, and Dr Claire Vowell, Counselling Psychologist, discuss the growing problem of burnout
Joanna Pritchard, CEO, The Valuable 500, discusses why the fashion industry will never be able to address its sustainability crisis without addressing its inclusion crisis.
Programmes aimed at improving employee’s mental health and wellbeing have been shown to improve social relationships and reduce workplace bullying.
The Government’s LGBT Business Champion, Iain Anderson discusses LGBT inclusion in the workplace, hosting businesses and charities at event in Manchester.
Paula Cole, partner at UK law firm TLT, advises what employers need to consider from an employment law perspective when it comes to Long Covid.
Pierre Bérastégui, Researcher at the European Trade Union Institute illustrates why urgent action is required to strengthen legal framework of remote work
Nikolas Kairinos, CEO, Soffos.ai, believes that soft skills are crucial for remote and flexible roles, and offers advice on how to move up the career ladder into positions that better utilise individuals’ abilities.
Gill Nye, Executive Head of HR at Cantium Business Solutions, explores the effect long covid will have on the workplace, with a particular focus on occupational health provision.
A study has shown that thousands of work hours have been freed up for NHS staff since Microsoft Teams has been implemented.