Great Resignation Web3 and the Metaverse Hybrid Working I’ll stop there because these are the headlines of the day around the world of work and the — potential — shifts in how things are. There’s something that ISN’T grabbing any headlines but I’m seeing it. A great disconnect. I don’t know about you, but Elon Musk buying Twitter isn’t worth … Read More

Why do we need Neurodiversity at work?

Before we can answer that question, we need to understand what Neurodiversity is and how it affects people. This blog gives a few examples of where companies have put things in place to support their Neurodiverse employees. What is Neurodiversity? This is a term that is used to describe people who have a brain that function differently to a typical … Read More

Hybrid work and reluctance to return

A feature of many of my recent conversations about hybrid work and the return to workplaces is reluctance. A recurring employee question arising: why should I come into the office? There are many reasons an employee might want or need to go into the office, and equally as many reasons why their employer might require it. For more thoughts on this subject, … Read More

How to leverage flexible work to support inclusion in 2021

Guest Blogger: Perrine Farque Flexible work, or hybrid work, is a way of working that suits an employee’s needs, for example having flexible start and finish times, or working from home. Flexible work is well known for increasing employee retention, boosting career aspirations and productivity, and decreasing absenteeism at work. However, in practice, many employees fear negative career repercussions. Some research revealed … Read More

Get Started with Agile HR

What’s Agile HR? Actually, what’s Agile? Before getting into the context of HR, Culture & Change, it’s important to say a bit about Agile. Agile started in tech as a way to find answers to complex problems and is celebrating its 20th anniversary this year. At the time, project teams were using a Waterfall methodology, creating produces that weren’t to … Read More

How to Prepare for an Interview

Congratulations! You’ve secured an interview, but how should you prepare? Here are our 8 steps to ensure you’re fully prepared and ready to ace the interview. Step 1. Research the company Review their website, their LinkedIn page, YouTube and other SM platforms, any news online, if they are a public company have a read of the Chairperson’s and/or CEO’s statement … Read More

Before “Employee Experience”​ was a thing…

Employee Experience has always been a “thing”, but I cannot remember the day that we started to attach that precise label to it. It’s sort of crept up on us, and that’s a good thing. It is a good thing it is seen as being important, and an incredibly good thing that we are now talking about it. I also … Read More

How to write a good CV

Firstly, ask yourself why are you writing a CV? There should only be one answer – you want to send it to a company to get an interview for a job – keep that in mind the whole time you are writing your CV. You should not just produce one CV, you need to adapt it for every role you apply to, pulling out … Read More