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How to attract the best candidates

How to attract the best candidates

As many organisations take on more non-permanent workers the demand continues to increase as the make-up of our workplace changes. How can you make this cost-effective model work for your organisation?

Tailoring mental health support for your employees - lessons from Headspace

Tailoring mental health support for your employees - lessons from Headspace

Dr Megan Jones Bell, Headspace’s Chief Strategy & Science Officer, discusses how the COVID-19 pandemic could give organisations the chance to make a step change in caring for their employees’ wellbeing.

How can leaders support their employees' mental health?

How can leaders support their employees' mental health?

As employees become more willing to talk about their mental wellbeing, do leaders need to be better prepared to support them?

Why this Manchester City player is future-proofing their career

Why this Manchester City player is future-proofing their career

We recently spoke to Manchester City goalkeeper Karen Bardsley on why she is planning for future when it comes to her career.

Five things to remember when recruiting technology talent

Five things to remember when recruiting technology talent

COVID-19 has driven demand for digital and technology talent globally in 2020. Here’s how businesses can stand out in a competitive market.

Managing hybrid teams in an inclusive way

Managing hybrid teams in an inclusive way

While leaders are now familiar with how to manage a hybrid team. But are you managing in the most inclusive way.

9 ways to improve diversity throughout your recruitment strategy

9 ways to improve diversity throughout your recruitment strategy

We share practical measures you can apply to your recruitment strategy to improve your ED&I results whilst attracting the best talent.

Prioritising the wellbeing of your workforce in a hybrid workplace

Prioritising the wellbeing of your workforce in a hybrid workplace

Now, as workplaces adopt a hybrid model, in which they combine remote and onsite working, employers again need to face the challenge of how to care for the mental health and wellbeing of their workforce – this time in a hybrid model. 

Mental health at work – who is responsible?

Mental health at work – who is responsible?

The COVID-19 pandemic has created many challenges for employers but supporting mental health in the workplace, and in particular employees who are struggling, has perhaps been one of the most complex.