Bridging generational divides at work

Generational divides at work

Managing up to five generations within one company can be a challenge, but it is becoming more commonplace as people work on after 65

How to become a CEO

Climbing the career ladder illustration

There’s no one guaranteed route or fast track to the top, but as the role of the chief executive changes, so do the candidates

How to build a diverse workforce

Professionals on their way to work

Accepting diversity in the workplace so men and women from all backgrounds belong together not only promotes social cohesion – it’s good for business

Apprenticeships prove a popular alternative to the cost of university

Once the poor relation in education, apprenticeships could be set to make a sustained comeback with greater status and value as more organisations sign up to an attractive alternative to mainstream university courses

How women are still getting a raw deal

Many factors may work against women receiving pay parity with male colleagues, some of which could be unintentional institutional sexism

Building a team can be a risky business

If people are a business’s most valuable asset, how do you assess the risk of losing them?

Bespoke benefits mean more

One size no longer fits all when it comes to staff benefits and enlightened employers are offering different perks to suit an increasingly diverse workforce

Imaginative office design attracting top talent

Good office design can attract and retain the best talent, creating an environment which helps boost creativity as well as productivity