With inflation and the cost of living rising at a rate of knots, more and more of us are being affected adversely by [...]
Many businesses invest a great deal in the recruitment process, scouring the market for the best talent and taking measures to ensure they [...]
Talent acquisition is a critical function in any organisation, and companies that don’t invest in their talent acquisition strategy risk missing out on [...]
Following a turbulent couple of years, many businesses have been forced to adopt new ways of working to accommodate the need for employees [...]
Today’s recruitment market is ever-changing and possess a plethora of challenges for companies looking to hire new staff. While some organisations choose to [...]
How menopause-friendly is your business and why should it matter? Following a highly informative webinar hosted by The Surrey & Sussex HR Forum [...]
If you are a business owner or HR professional, it is imperative that you stay ahead of any changes so that you can effectively manage your workforce, but sometimes this can feel difficult when you’re already busy running your business. Our employment law specialist, Mike Cole will be hosting this session, where he will look at the predicted key changes within the law that we can expect within the coming year.
Engaging, reflective, highly practical and full of ‘light bulb moments’ are the phrases that have been used to describe the webinar “Blurred Boundaries [...]
Join us to understand how creating a menopause friendly environment at work can have a huge impact on the welfare of employees by reducing absenteeism and creating a culture where menopause is easily discussed and becomes a recognised part of everyday life.
Is hybrid working good or bad news for employee engagement, worker wellbeing, employer productivity, and that all-important bottom line? Where does the employer’s duty of care for workers begin and end in this brave new working world? Join Steve Herbert, our employee wellbeing specialist, to find out more about these prominent issues.