News and commentary from the world of work
At Work Horizons our job is creating a service that helps people find work that they find rewarding and fulfilling. But we are also interested in the wider world of work and employment; here are some recent thoughts and ideas posted by the Work Horizons team.
We were delighted to welcome a tremendous panel of speakers to help us launch the Coaching Hub of Work Horizons on 31st March. The discussions and questions from the audience covered the applications of coaching in business and leadership, some of the tools used by Work Horizons' highly experienced coaches, the application of coaching to business strategy and more.
Our second episode of Surveying the Work Horizon was in conversation with Stephen Morgan, who has worked on a variety of high profile negotiations. Watch the full video of the discussion to find out more about ER and employment law and how to successfully handle negotiations.
In the current business climate, it is becoming increasingly difficult to keep employees engaged and unified. Watch the recording of the panel discussion to hear insights on how to keep employees engaged, effective and efficient during this unprecedented time.
In the current business climate, complex discussions will continue to come up and it is important to know how to manage a difficult conversation. Read our new paper and see the recording of the panel discussion to hear advice on how to have and handle tricky conversations.
We are excited to launch our new series Surveying the Work Horizon! Our first episode is with Dianne Greyson, who is best known for her work on the Ethnicity Pay Gap. Watch the video to find out more about why she started this important campaign and how she is keeping up its momentum during these unprecedented times.
During these unprecedented times, it is clear that recruiting and retaining the best talent is more essential than ever. Read our new paper and see the recording of the panel discussion to hear our insights on recruitment challenges and how to handle them.
In this most turbulent of years, perhaps the greatest HR changes have been in the area of hiring and joining. In this paper we discuss some of the challenges and solutions around employer brand, remote hiring - including processes and technologies - as well as selecting for successful remote working skills.
What are the greatest challenges facing your organisation in the coming year? In this paper we explore some of the key strategic and operational issues for leaders of people.