There are plenty of stats out there to support the woefully obvious observation that onboarding is incredibly important for teaching and keeping the best people, but much of the process often relies on how much information a new employee can retain in the shortest period of time before they’re left to ‘get on with it’.
As the pandemic marches on, managers need to help their remote employees battle feelings of isolation. Not only that, the transition from instant to asynchronous communication (where you don’t expect an immediate response) is a huge hurdle for a lot of teams going remote – especially for those who have been used to working in
Fad, farce or game changer? Is remote working turning the tables on recruitment and enabling agencies to cast a wider net to find the right talent without having to worry about location? Do agency leaders still see benefits in ‘round the corner’ recruits? We asked leaders and business owners to tell us about whether the
A couple of months ago I was delighted to sit down (albeit at our respective computers) and have an excellent discussion with Martin Palethorpe from Unbounded. Martin has spent the last five or six years focussing on working with people to teach them about the power and capabilities of their mind, enabling them to shift
I hope this discussion between myself and Ruth Johnson – consummate HR Professional and Director at INK Group – directs you towards making better informed decisions regarding your home working policies. I also hope it provides some reassurance, and allows you to assess the positive potential and the possible pitfalls of remote working. Watch the