Host Dan Creed talks to our guest speaker Kate Wood from Engage your People Ltd about ways to effectively transition out of lock down
Guest speaker Kate Wood from Engage Your People Ltd discusses with Dan Creed, Head of HR at tmgroup the impact remote working has had on not just businesses but the employees and business culture
March saw business leaders everywhere ripping off the homeworking Elastoplast. For those reluctant or clueless as how best to embrace remote working, Covid-19 had other ideas.
This virus has emptied our call centres, transported our meetings, and shook up our working practices forever.
I'll tell you something: Now more than ever HR must translate culture into digital spaces
26 Mar 2020 By Ian MacRae
People professionals must make sure their ways of working are futureproof as businesses move increasingly online, says Ian MacRae
Employee directives to work from home. Travel bans. Conferences postponed, cancelled or taken virtual. Self-quarantines. Social distancing. Stockpiling supplies.
If ever the phrase “VUCA” (the acronym for the volatile, uncertain, complex and ambiguous nature of today’s world) felt appropriate to use, it’s now.
Many teams count the numbers of years we have been working at a company. Here are some great ways to celebrate employees anniversaries at your organisation.
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Microsoft and Engage your People re think employee engagement for the modern workplace
From the outside, it can look like the world’s most engaging workplaces got that way by accident. But as Kate Wood knows, it takes rigorous planning and dedication. Kerri Hollis from Microsoft sat down with Kate to find out how having a blueprint for culture has boosted employee engagement.