Uplifting TED talks from 2017 to benefit HR

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There’s something innately uplifting about a good TED talk, and at the end of a year and the start of a new one, uplifting is what we need! Here are some of the TED talks from this year that caught our eye in 2017. They’ve been selected because they are relevant to all of us […]

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My favourite HR blogs 2017

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A selection of some of the best and brightest HR blogs out there this year… Change-effect Neil Morrison has been working in HR for 20 years, which probably makes him more than qualified to write an HR blog. He was previously Group HR Director for Penguin Random House, and is now HR Director at Severn […]

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Top tips for a ho-ho-healthier office this winter

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Cold and flu season is upon us, and for many organisations that can be real problem. The run up to Christmas is often the busiest time of the year. Deadlines need to be hit, the business resourced, and holidays accommodated. Obviously, employee wellness isn’t just for Christmas. According to a Kronos report, “the overall cost […]

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Retaining Young Employees

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Are you struggling to hold on to your younger staff? You are not alone. According to Gallup, “21% of millennial workers… switched job in the last year”, and research by LinkedIn identified that millennials move companies more frequently than previous generations. ‘Millennials’ is the term used to describe young adults who were born between around […]

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Mental health at work: useful resources for HR

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According to the Mental Health Foundation, two thirds of British adults say they have suffered from mental illness at some point in their lives. Despite the progress that has been made to destigmatise mental health issues, it is still the case that most people find it much less comfortable to discuss than physical health, particularly […]

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