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immigration law and policy, brexit

Conservative government: The impact on UK immigration law and policy

Legal minds analyse what could happen to immigration law and policy in the UK under the policies of the Conservative government.
record employment rate

UK job market hits record employment rate

New figures, released today, have revealed a record employment rate of 76.3%, the highest since the mid-1970s.
team and individual coaching

The benefits of team and individual coaching

Dessy Ohanians - Managing Director Certificate and Corporate Programmes, London School of Business and Finance, explores the benefits of team and individual coaching.
shared workspaces, empty workspaces

How to make the most of empty workspaces

What can organisations do to make better use of unused office spaces? PLACEmaking examine how a different approach could change the way we think about shared workspaces.
coaching culture

Establishing a coaching culture: Creation with caution

There are many custodians when establishing a coaching culture; HR, L&D, Executive Committees, internal coaches and more. If you are the custodian in your organisation, the following are points for you to consider.
humanising healthcare, NHS leadership

Humanising healthcare: Developing a leadership climate in the NHS

Jill Pennington, Consulting Director & Peter Clarke, Head of Product Consulting at PSI Talent Management, tell us what we need to know about how developing a leadership climate in the NHS humanises healthcare.
bureaucracy in public service, public policy

Service over systems: Freeing the bureaucracy in public service

Dr Philip Whiteman, Lecturer in Public Policy and Administration, University of Birmingham, explains what it takes to become a public servant today, in an environment free from rigid bureaucracy.
remote working

Has the public sector remote working revolution really been effective?

David Beggs, practice director at Managementors, explores just how successful public sector remote working has really been for productivity.
care sector

Care sector crisis point: Recruiting new talent

Lottie Galvin at iHASCO highlights how care workers are unvalued and unpaid at a time when the UK's care sector is in dire need of new recruits.
traditional offices

Why are young employees rejecting traditional offices?

PLACEmaking provides a detailed insight into the decline of young workers accepting jobs in traditional offices, highlighting the need for employers to adapt to the modern working world.
SME owners, christmas

Six ways for SME owners to have a good Christmas

Here, read about six ideas for SME owners to implement during this Christmas season to make life easier for everyone.
mental health at work, Ius Laboris

Mental health at work: How healthy is the law?

In the second of a three part series, member firms of Ius Laboris outline the law across Finland, Sweden, Denmark, Romania, Hungary and Poland about mental health at work.
informal carers

Tackling the complex issue of informal carers

Vivek Patni, CEO and co-founder of Lavanya Plus, offers advice on how HR teams can ensure that informal carers receive the workplace support they need.
industries hit by brexit

Which industries have been hit by Brexit the most?

Over two-thirds of industries continue to be hit by Brexit as job vacancies drop below 1 million for the first time in 4 years, according to Adzuna.
increase engagement in science

Increasing student engagement in science, technology, engineering and maths subjects

Simon Biggs, Education Outreach Officer at Renishaw, explains how businesses can engage with students to increase engagement in science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) subjects.
excessive workplace stress

UK employees are suffering from excessive workplace stress

According to research conducted by the Dolan Contractor Group, one in every eight UK employees have taken time off for excessive workplace stress in the last year.
green guilt, perkbox insights

‘Green guilt’ influences one tenth of people to change job

61% of adults experience feelings of green guilt for the environmental impact of their job - does this mean sustainability could become a factor when choosing jobs?
digital skills

Ministry of Justice allocates £4 million in major digital skills drive

The Ministry of Justice (MoJ) has spent a combined total of £3,802,021 on digital skills training over the last three financial years, according to new research from a Parliament Street think tank.
stress in the workplace

National Stress Awareness Week: Tips for managing stress in the workplace

Ahead of National Stress Awareness Week (Monday 4th November – Friday 8th November 2019), TalkOut has pulled together these handy tips to help you feel calmer, less stressed and more mindful in the workplace.
future career, future first

65% of 15-year-olds worry about their future career

Future First polling shows 75% of 15 year olds feel it would be useful to hear from alumni in working life, especially about their own future career.

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