“As the working world continues to evolve, and new generations enter the workforce, styles, preferences, and perceptions will continue to change."
"It might be a good time for companies to engage with their employees."
“These results show that when payroll departments are unable to pay staff accurately and on time, the impact is not only felt on the wellbeing of employees, but on the business as a whole."
“If Britain’s bosses are keen to retain their staff, then they should look at ways to inspire them."
"With greater insight on employees and candidates, HR can improve quality of hire, but also drive employee engagement and retention."
“What employees want is continuous, instant and impactful recognition which reflects the ‘always-on’ workplace culture and the “always connected” personal life many now have."
“To see these indicators of dissatisfaction and disengagement so early in the year is alarming and should be a wake-up call to employers."
“In the current jobs landscape, businesses of all sizes need to be aware that even happy employees can be tempted to jump ship for a better benefits package."
“While many organisations have focused on the “Diversity” aspect of D&I, too many are still burying their heads in the sand when it comes to inclusion."