Uncharted Waters In light of the September 2018 Jobs Outlook as published by the REC , one may be forgiven for thinking the UK labour market is static and stable, given that the workforce grew in size by just 3000 workers in comparison to Q2 2018 (Source: REC, 2018). In reality, the UK workplace is
A catalyst for change The Financial Times published a very interesting article this week, an extract of which is in particular worth sharing: ‘Jeff Bezos, chief executive, said the company had “listened” to its critics as he announced on Tuesday that new wage floors — $15 per hour in the US and £9.50 in the
For any outsourcing arrangement to work, it is crucial to have buy-in from senior leaders in your organisation. Consider where the budget is coming from – if it is from the business division that is going to derive the benefit from the relationship, does that mean the rest of the organisation cannot reap the rewards?
The Ulrich Model is meant specifically to organize human resources functions. This was developed by David Ulrich who suggested that in giant organizations or large-scale businesses, HR functions should be compartmentalized into four segments. More so, he stressed that shared service activities should be operated in call centres which has a supporting technology or internet that can
76% of hiring managers say attracting high quality talent is their top challenge for 2018. Thanks to a candidate-driven job market and shortage of ‘employable’ candidates, companies are scrambling to attract, hire, and retain quality talent. Well-written Job Descriptions (JD) that are informative, yet not fully revealing can be a great help here. 89% of candidates
I am staggered to find myself at the end of July, with no plan from our government leadership. No plan, no strategy, our country’s governing board in disarray and our popular press paying more attention to Love Island than BREXIT. If it were not so serious, it would be comical. However, there is nothing comical