Budget supermarkets Aldi and Lidl are hoping they haven't scored an own goal by allowing employees to leave early this Sunday if England make it to the World Cup Final.
As more organisations choose to use 'gig' workers, the workforce is becoming increasingly isolated. But how do employers keep them engaged? David Walker, chief commercial officer at Personal Group, explains how benefits can help.
We discuss how employers can make the World Cup 2018 a positive event for both their employees and their business interests.
The new owners of sandwich chain Pret A Manger have promised a £1,000 bonus to all employees who are on the payroll when the deal completes. But does a one-off cash bonus actually foster engagement, asks Ian MacRae?
Taking positive steps to manage the workplace impact of the World Cup - which kicks off on Thursday 14 June 2018 - can have a beneficial effect on employee relations, XpertHR research finds.
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Traditional engagement surveys can give employers insight into workforce motivation, but do they provide a true picture of how employees feel and how that affects revenue and productivity? Juha Huttunen, CEO of VibeCatch, explains the benefits of a more holistic and scientific approach to engagement.
XpertHR research looks at employers' arrangements for managing the impact of major sporting events and other special events when they coincide with working hours.
XpertHR research examines the key factors that influence employee engagement and the most effective ways of measuring and improving it.
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.
HR and legal information and guidance relating to employee motivation and engagement.