Organisations with low brand awareness are likely to get overlooked by jobseekers, according to Glassdoor, with candidates 40% more likely to apply for a job at a business they recognise than one they do not.
As the 'war for talent' intensifies and organisations battle to stay ahead of digital transformation, HR strategies could hold the key to success in these turbulent times. David Perring, director of research at Fosway Group, highlights some of the main findings of its 2017-18 HR Realities research.
Updated to take account of the General Data Protection Regulation, in force from 25 May 2018.
Overall workforce happiness is being dragged down by a lack of training and development opportunities for lower-skilled workers and high levels of stress among middle managers, according to the CIPD.
If businesses are to accept the benefits of flexibility recommended by the Taylor Review, they need to be aware of their impact on company culture. Jack Curzon from Thomson Online Benefits looks at the key issues.
Worried about Brexit squeezing UK productivity? One solution could be monitoring the quality of employees' rest time, writes Paul Dickinson.
With Brexit headlines seeming to contradict each other every day, employers lack certainty around workforce planning. Dan Peyton from law firm McGuireWoods looks at five areas where organisations can begin to make plans.
Sjoerd van den Heuvel, a researcher and lecturer at the Utrecht University of Applied Sciences in the Netherlands, joins us to give an overview on getting started with people analytics.
If there was one consistent theme etched through this week's UNLEASH conference (formerly HR Tech World) it was not to stand still.
Giving free rein over internet access at work does not only post reputational risks, but leaves organisations open to cyber-hackers. Alvaro Hoyos from OneLogin explains the increase in risk and how training and education can help.