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Five trends set to change the workplace

Great insight from a leading HR Director and how to get ahead of the curve.

A workplace where people and robots collaborate, employees’ personal brands are bigger than their employers’ and the office is a...…

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Why is change such a pest?

Its exam time in the Porter household. A terrifying period full of outward praise and support for my son and inward dread of ‘that’ day...

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How relevant are your employee testimonials?

If you have been responsible for launching or updating your organisation's career site recently, chance is you have included some...

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Do we understand AI enough?

With AI taking hold throughout the world and especially within the recruitment sector, making decisions about which candidates we should...

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The mental Impact of our working week

So, it's the Friday before a bank holiday and thoughts turn to a three day weekend. But what if every week was only four days? Do we need...

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A Thank-You From #Oventoyou

Bristol pie maker Paul runs the amazing OvenToYou stall on Wednesdays located at St Nicholas Market. He’s been supplying the office with...

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The Employee experience must live up to the Employer Brand

Three succinct areas to ensure the experience matches the reality  

A successful employer brand is made up of three components: HR, marketing and operations. “HR makes sure it gets seen by the people you...…

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What can HR learn from 'Britain's Best boss'

Three initiatives that have a real impact on the engagement and productivity of employees  

What HR teams can learn from the initiatives that led to his “Britain’s best boss” moniker.

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Google for Jobs

Google is the most popular search engine in the world, with 64% of searches being powered by it and a market share of mobile and tablet...

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Google for Jobs is launching

Around 70% of all job searches start on Google, so this was a natural step. The big idea is to use Google's artificially intelligent...

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Does HR hold the keys to unlocking business productivity?

Some great insight and business research which identifies three key elements to drive productivity.

The UK lags behind its European and US G7 counterparts on productivity– the extra value created for every hour worked.

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How Google uses people analytics

An insightful mix of productivity data and employee feedback determines employee behaviours and skills.

People analytics adds a layer of human experience vital to making employee engagement part of a company’s HR strategy.

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Lessons from consumer marketing on D&I

This new campaign from Cuzzons is really powerful in not paying lip service to diversity but leading with it. They have understood their...

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Do Millenials connect with Employer Brands

There's a new generation of workers that are becoming increasingly important in the war for talent. As this generation climbs up the...

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Candidate Experience & The Employer Brand

Today at the HR Networks Conference in Edinburgh @tmpworldwideuk shared research and insights into the candidate experience and how there...

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Active, Passive - Receptive candidates?

Candidates are often referred to as either 'active' or 'passive'. But just how passive are 'passives'? Might it be more accurate to think...

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HR Director of the Year 2017 shortlist announced

A great mix of talented individuals and good to see their work being recognised.

This award is for someone with exceptional skills at putting people top of their agenda; someone the world of HR should look up to as an...…

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It's time to prioritise retaining top talent.

Five excellent initiatives to proactively stop your key employees from leaving....

Retaining top talent rarely receives the same level of organisational commitment as does identifying, selecting, and recruiting new talent.

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Diversity pays off

Sometimes hard facts are difficult to come by but this insight into the data from Canada stacks up at an economic level.  There is no...

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One quarter of world's population uses Facebook

Lots of users means lots of information, news and updates. And that means you need to be clear on who you are talking to and that your...

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The real cost of a poor employer brand

The annual cost of a poor employer brand runs into millions of pounds. This comes from several factors- the opportunity lost in the...

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How free breakfast gets your team jamming

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I don't even like puns, but now that I've got your attention: surprise surprise, this article features...

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Which type of employee is happiest at work?

The happiest employees are also the most engaged and that can only be good for morale and productivity....

The the survey found that an individual’s attitude towards working life was a crucial part in forming a positive or negative work-day...…

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Wealth and your personal brand - some obscure observations from the world of boxing

Some insights into the world of boxing - where showmanship (person brand) is increasingly delivering financial benefits over ability.

Does it pay to be the bad guy in sport? This is a question that sports marketing professionals often wrestle with and it is particularly...…

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2/3 of candidates reject employers where perceptions of gender pay gap

Interesting research from Glassdoor that links perceptions of gender pay gap with employer brand

According to a recent Glassdoor survey, more than two-thirds (67 percent) of U.S. employees say they would not apply for jobs at...…

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Building a multi-generational workforce that reflects society

Great insight from Senior VP, Chief People Officer at McDonald's UK on the benefits of a diverse age range of employees 

A multi-generational workforce is a great thing for businesses, employees and customers alike.

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Changing recruitment techniques for IT

Jamison West, former president of Microsoft cloud partner Arterian, calls finding and retaining talent 'the single most lasting issue and...

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LinkedIn VP reveals why you could REALLY be missing out on talent

Three simple points to follow to ensure your company focus aligns with that of your employees   

65% of professionals would turn down a job if they were unsure of a potential employer’s philosophy or purpose.

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Will the future workforce have bespoke careers?

With much talk in the industry of portfolio careers, experts are now suggesting that in the future we may build our careers from projects...

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HR brainfood from TMP Worldwide

My colleagues have been scouring the globe for the best HR thinking. The best nuggets we've shared in the past week can be found at the...

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What does it take to create social content?

It's a common misconception that content creation is quick or 'just happens' by handing over the social media channel keys to a team...

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