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IMMEDIATE RELEASE See notes to editors for interview bids. A post-pandemic remarginalization of disadvantaged workers risks creating a ‘talent trap’ for employers Young people, older workers, working mums and other groups risk being pushed back to the fringes of the world of work following the Covid-19 pandemic David Fairhurst, one of the world’s most influential […]
Here’s Part 1 of my recent Zoom interview with David Greenwood, Head of Digital and Consumer Practice MENA at Odgers Berndtson. Part 2 of our discussion will follow in a few days.
Huge thanks to Robert Peasnell, Deputy Managing Director of PeopleScout UK, who invited me to share my thoughts on the future of HR and the creation of successful HR strategies. Click on the link below to hear about: How to navigate change and create organizational readiness. The importance of being brave in employer brand and […]
For his inspiring new book – The Future Leader – Jacob Morgan interviewed over 140 of the world's top CEOs and surveyed nearly 14,000 people to identify the nine skills and mindsets which will be required to lead in the next decade and beyond. Looked at through the lens of the Covid-19 pandemic, I think […]
Employee wellbeing is rising up the corporate agenda and in this article I have written for Training Journal I explain why I think L&D practitioners have a pivotal role to play in accelerating progress:
In 2005, Fast Company magazine published its infamous ‘Why We Hate HR’ article which stated that “the human-resources trade long ago proved itself, at best, a necessary evil – and at worst, a dark bureaucratic force that blindly enforces nonsensical rules, resists creativity, and impedes constructive change.” In 2015, I reflected in my HR Magazine […]
Retention and Engagement will be key challenges for organisations in the month’s ahead. In my February 2015 HR Magazine column I predicted that “retention and engagement may well prove to be bigger than HR alone; impacted as they are by the actions of a host of other leaders and managers. Would it be better for […]
It's all too easy in the current climate to focus on the negative. Here's a clip from a presentation I gave at the London Busines Forum which shares why HR needs to be focused on the positive too ...
Organisations need to think differently about the workplace experience they are creating for their employees - and one area which stands out to me as being ripe for innovation is pay. You can find out why in this artice I wrote for Management Issues: