The Great Reimagination: the latest challenge for employers is to rethink working models and conditions
How flexibility and training can attract talents and save the future of a business There has been much talk about the Great Resignation in recent months. Now, it’s morphing into something else. The term was coined in May 2021 by Anthony Klotz, psychologist and professor at Texas A&M University, to describe the phenomenon that has swept across thousands of businesses the world over, with millions … Continue reading The Great Reimagination: the latest challenge for employers is to rethink working models and conditions
Corporate values in SMEs
Four simple, tried and tested steps for turning a Small or Medium Enterprise into a real team: efficient, incisive and well-coordinated. Continue reading Corporate values in SMEs
Peak season new hires: there’s still time to hit your targets and spend less.
As always, Christmas preparations make the last few weeks of the year a busy time. In the meantime, the same period sees HR Managers, corporate recruiters and recruitment agencies run off their feet handling job contracts to meet seasonal peaks in demand. This isn’t just a numbers game: it requires managing a mountain of short-time contracts, far more than usual, while keeping quality high without overshooting the budget for hiring costs. Continue reading Peak season new hires: there’s still time to hit your targets and spend less.
Dear Job… the time has come for the ‘Great Resignation’
We could all see it coming: the effects of the pandemic and repeated lockdowns would leave a deep scar on individuals and society, at every level. What nobody could predict, however, was something that has emerged in recent months in the labour market: the phenomenon of the Great Resignation. Continue reading Dear Job… the time has come for the ‘Great Resignation’