The pros and cons of a four-day working week fuel a heated debate, which can split or unite bosses and staff
Whatever the job market, enlightened employers will want to retain top talent and develop their skillsets
At the BCA we continually question the way in which workplaces operate, those which lead and those which follow. This is a people-watching process as it is people, not companies, who drive change
It can be gimmicky, minimal or more conventional, but does office design matter when measuring staff wellbeing and productivity?
Mindless tasks and meaningless jobs are not only boring and demoralising, but they also pull organisations and the economy down
Embedding diversity and inclusion into company culture gets the best from people and helps boost the bottom line
Employers and pension providers are increasingly offering lifetime financial planning in a bid to engage staff in saving for retirement
Growth of in-house legal departments is spurring law firms to reflect on their workplace culture to attract and retain the best talent