People

Are social media influencers a gateway to hiring young talent?

How can traditional firms stay competitive in the race for young talent? A new trend suggests that career influencers on social media could play a critical role in reaching newer demographics

Attitudes to hybrid: positive but juniors get raw deal

Employees are appreciating the benefits of hybrid working but are being held back by a lack of investment in enabling technologies, especially younger staff, according to a new report from Condeco

Will the end of summer speed up the return to office?

Our latest WORKTECH Wednesday Briefing looks at a mood swing by business leaders towards getting more people back to the office, Under Armour’s sporty new HQ and our upcoming Singapore conference

Can a hybrid work model promote inclusivity?

Hybrid working has been criticised for promoting inequality across work environments, so how can organisations leverage new ways of working to support employee wellbeing and inclusivity?

Taking control: can hybrid work without autonomy?

Our latest WORKTECH Wednesday briefing looks at new research that strengthens the case for flexible hybrid workplace strategies and the latest guidance to help the decarbonisation of buildings

Psychological capital: how to create more resilient employees

New research suggests that improving the psychological capital of employees can have a significant impact on their creativity, wellbeing and performance. But how can psychological capital be enhanced?

Is it time to change the lexicon around employee engagement?

Does the language around evaluation of employee performance matter? Microsoft’s decision to replace employee ‘engagement’ with employee ‘thriving’ suggests a wider perspective is on the way

From boardroom to warehouse: why wellbeing is important at all levels

Our latest WORKTECH Wednesday Briefing looks at new research to support employee wellbeing and performance from the monotonous jobs of manufacturing to the decisions made by C-suite executives