Buzzwords. For better or worse, these are part of HR life. Just when you feel like you have the jargon and acronyms down, you take a short vacation and return to discover the rest of the team is speaking another language.
Meetings are often seen as a waste of time, but following a few simple rules can help them deliver results.
Culture can be defined as a set of core values that permeate a business and its people, from headquarters to the front line.
E-learning has earned its stripes as a convenient alternative to traditional corporate training models, which typically have involved flipcharts and laser pointers. Today employees can learn new skills during their commute, in the gym, or simply during quiet periods at work, saving valuable time and benefiting from a different kind of learning experience.
Claromentis CEO Nigel Davies shares his experiences on company culture.
In part one of this article we explored the value of internal social media (ISM) and it's impact on the workplace. Today we'll look at how to make ISM easy to access and ideas for making ISM work for your business.
More companies are using unfiltered social media as an internal communications channel in a bid to increase transparency and employee engagement. Here, HR tech expert Nigel Davies explains why the benefits outweigh the potential risks.
Claromentis CEO Nigel Davies explains how you can train your franchisees and staff more effectively. Read the full article on page 17.
Here, we look at the cities where you can potentially find the most talented staff for your company.