More than a third (35.4 per cent) forecast ‘digital leadership advisory’ to be a growing service to businesses in 2019.
“As the diversity of a company is known to translate to greater creativity and innovation, it is alarming that fewer companies are putting more policies in place."
"Traditional mentoring is no longer enough. We also need to adopt a culture of reverse mentoring to encourage every generation to learn and share their own unique experiences."
Many organisations are using different platforms for employee communications, recognition, applicant tracking, onboarding and performance management.
“Young men also want greater flexibility and control over their lives and will recognise they need gender equality to have that.”
"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."
“For job seekers, highlighting your soft skills alongside your hard skills will put you at an advantage when attempting to impress potential future employers."
"If a company doesn’t offer the most enticing benefits, top talent will look elsewhere.”
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.
“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."