culture change

Health fears leading to economically inactive older workers

New UK research highlights the role of the pandemic and fears around mental and physical health as key factors in making employees aged 50 and over economically inactive

Career cushioning: why job-hopping resembles the dating game

Our latest WORKTECH Wednesday Briefing looks at two taboo subjects in the workplace – the rise of keeping your job options open and the need for flexible support for women experiencing the menopause

Will job losses in big tech companies call a halt to hybrid working?

An economic downturn in Silicon Valley could have unseen consequences for new ways of working as future-of-work pioneers take a tumble and shed jobs

Connecting hybrid teams depends on more than fancy tech

How can companies make sure they can overcome the barriers to a successful hybrid work experience? Establishing the right culture and office experience are vital stepping stones

How tailored tech can help small firms to compete for talent

The global pandemic accelerated investment in new technology with large corporates the major investors. But thinking smart can help the SME (Small-to-Medium Enterprise) workplace bridge the gap    

The little things that can help small firms compete for talent

Small-to-medium-sized companies don’t have the deep pockets or dedicated infrastructure departments of the large corporates, but they can still attract staff by paying special attention to people and place  

Improving workplace experience in small-to-medium enterprises

Smaller firms are in an excellent position in terms of talent attraction and retention as we move on from the pandemic - but it all depends on improving their workplace experience

Are women being left behind in the race for hybrid?

Our latest WORKTECH Wednesday Briefing examines how hybrid working might disadvantage women as they find themselves unable to climb the corporate ladder due to working from home