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
Talent pool: new tricks to win back non-traditional workers
This Wednesday Briefing looks at new research from McKinsey on five new typologies of workers that employers can reach to fill the void in the labour market
Mercury rising: why science is warming to workplace temperature
As much of Europe and the UK swelters in the heat, the subject of temperature in the office is once again a ‘hot’ topic. But what does the scientific evidence tell us about the impact on behaviour?
Emerging research brings more clarity to benefits of hybrid work
Our latest WORKTECH Wednesday Briefing looks at new academic research that provides an evidence base as organisations weigh up their options on introducing a flexible working strategy
Why are US employers laying off staff amid a talent shortage?
This WORKTECH Academy briefing adopts an all-American theme to report on volatility in the tech job market, the return of Neocon trade show and the upcoming WORKTECH Chicago event
Will the hybrid model really work for older employees?
On the face of it, a more flexible future of work spells good news for older workers. But it all depends on which business sector you work in – and age discrimination is still rife