Five myths about workplace culture

As the workplace continues to evolve, long held misconceptions about office culture are finally being called into question

Your year as a remote worker

What happens once you’ve made the transition from the humdrum workplace to digital nomadism?

Win by default: providers battle to be card of choice

Becoming consumers’ default payment option, particularly in digital wallets, is an increasing challenge as incumbents and newcomers alike try to keep pace with developments in technology

How technology can streamline HR outsourcing

What do modern systems mean for the future of HR outsourcing?

Fighting the downfall of the department store

Sears storefront closing down

Under heavy competitive fire from online retailers, department stores must adapt to survive the battle and stand a chance of winning the retail war

Millennials: we want mentoring – or we’ll take our skills elsewhere

Man and woman having coffee

For employers, choosing the appropriate model is key. Mentoring, sponsorship or coaching?

Taking a lesson from Winston Churchill

“The empires of the future are the empires of the mind,” said Sir Winston Churchill—surely one of history’s most impressive on-the-job learners. In addition to his two terms as British prime minister, Churchill served as an MP, first lord admiralty of the navy and chancellor of the exchequer. He served in the army, could pilot [Read more]

Do firms need a director of happiness?

German metalworkers

Human resources leaders who champion employees’ wellbeing not only help retain key staff but also boost the bottom line