"Our research reveals that many employees still don’t feel comfortable talking about flexible working options, and would even consider switching careers to find a job that better matches their family commitments."
“The proportion of women in senior leadership roles is still woefully low, in grand part due to the challenges of balancing a high-powered career with family and domestic responsibilities."
"We are also exploring how we might use our skills and experience to help some of these young people become job ready."
"If a company doesn’t offer the most enticing benefits, top talent will look elsewhere.”
Innovation in the digital age essentially comes down to two things; the first is innovating to improve existing products or services and the second, to create new products and services.
Almost half (40 per cent) of UK workers would consider working in a temporary, interim or contract position in order to meet their personal and professional needs.
"Right now there is not enough HR data democracy; meaning that everybody who is entitled to this data is typically not getting it."
“An increasing number of employers are looking to understand different behaviours and expectations of candidates, in order to create better people strategies and improve decision-making."
“While these findings reveal some signs of progress, the overall picture tells us we need to accelerate the pace of change to achieve genuine workplace gender diversity and inclusion."
“It’s fantastic to see categories such as Getting Started gaining so much attention, demonstrating that more recruiters are beginning their disability confident journey."