Could micro-learning make employees more engaged?

Splitting training into bite-sized chunks, fitted around employee schedules and suited to their own pace, is trending in learning and development, but careful implementation is crucial

Should you be helping employees with housing?

Home ownership has never been trickier for 25-34 year olds, so new employee engagement schemes focusing on financial wellbeing could help set your organisation apart

Goodbye to tokenism: the fight for gender equality

There has been some progress in addressing gender imbalance in the workplace, such as public diversity reports. But data only goes so far and must lead to corporate action if companies want to end tokenism for good

Why more perks won’t guarantee engagement

“We need to make bigger heroes of these type of employers which do treat staff fairly, with dignity and where everyone shares the rewards for hard work”

Reskilling future workers: who’s responsible?

Rapid technological change, with its impact on jobs, requires a constantly renewed workforce through retraining

What employee ownership could do for your business

Companies owned by their employees may have important lessons for human resources leaders to learn

Leaders must keep workers engaged, not just keep them

Whatever the job market, enlightened employers will want to retain top talent and develop their skillsets

Long hours, no extra pay: what it’s like to work in Japan

work in Japan: busy metro train during commute

Workers in Japan are struggling to overcome a culture of unpaid overtime and long hours which threaten their health and sacrifice family