Businesses spend thousands and thousands of pounds on creating the right strategy to deliver results and yet a recent piece of research said that over a third of senior HR staff do not consider employee wellbeing to be an important part of that strategy.
This was despite the fact that the same piece of research found that 51% of HR staff see their employees struggle to concentrate when wellbeing is poor, noticed more sick days are taken and saw an increase in mental health issues.
We’ve interviewed thousands of ‘Business Technology’ leaders (IT Directors, CIOs, CTOs, CDOs, ‘Heads of’, etc.), from which we’ve gained a vast amount of insight.
Interestingly, no matter how many technology leaders we speak to, 9 times out of 10, we are asked a variance of the same handful of questions.
When hiring experienced talent, there are many factors that candidates weigh-up in choosing your business and the opportunity over a competitor’s – strategy, business objectives, culture, benefits, values etc. But even when organisations have the makings of a great company to work for, we still find that location can be a hurdle.
UK companies are under more pressure than ever to focus on compliance throughout their entire supply chain, whether UK-based or global. New legislation was introduced in 2015, under the Modern Slavery Act, which requires businesses whose annual turnover is above £36 million to prominently publish a yearly, meaningful statement on their website, detailing the… Read more »
The world of artificial intelligence is becoming less a sci-fi movie plot and more an everyday reality. Defined as the science of designing computers which are capable of carrying out tasks requiring human levels of intelligence, artificial intelligence (AI) technology systems have been developed at an astounding rate since their arrival in the… Read more »