As the latest series of The Apprentice kicks off, Sir Alan Sugar is making the headlines (again) for his comments about remote workers. His recent statement that he will not be recruiting people who want to work from home will chime with the groundswell of CEOs calling employees back to the office – does he have a point?
The UK is experiencing a productivity crisis and the problem lies in fearful leaders, argues executive coach Margot Faraci. So what’s the antidote?
How to establish ‘North Star’ goals and why they are a solid foundation for leaders under pressure.
The problem isn’t meetings; it’s that they are less productive. So how can leaders overhaul them?
Is ‘body doubling’ the answer to productivity woes?
Whether it’s training new temps or fine-tuning your customer service processes, keeping things moving is a priority for HR during the busiest time of the year
As businesses tighten their belts, HR must fight to protect its budgets – and its future.
With the energy crisis threatening to cause blackouts this winter, employers should consider the best ways to prepare.
A practical guide to designing and conducting an effective 4DW trial evaluation.
Quiet quitting is not about laziness. It is about younger employees rightly denouncing hustle culture and taking control of their lives.
Employee engagement is no longer enough. Your workers need to feel involved and immersed in the design of the workplace.
It can be a challenge managing all the elements of a hybrid workplace but here are some ways to ensure consistency in your organisation
The latest changes in travel rules, may leave employers struggling to manage annual leave requests
Flagging motivation and mass resignations in the retail sector are cause for concern so how can HR help boost company productivity?
A new report has revealed the ways in which UK leaders can drive people productivity to help boost the global economy.
Tech-savvy ways for HR to boost productivity and lighten the workload
AI isn’t here to steal our jobs – rather, it will create new ones and drive up demand for human skills.
People analytics is a critical component to improving the full employee life cycle, but many businesses are not using it to its full advantage.
When it comes to building capability and skills within organisations, the traditional models are no longer practical.
Leaders are coming up with new and innovative ways to stay productive now.