The latest thinking in workplace resilience
Read the latest thinking on the key areas that will help you build a rising, resilient workforce.
Becoming a rising, resilient business
Employers are used to investing in benefits packages and health insurance as tools for attracting and retaining the right talent, but in the modern day, employees and society expect intelligent alignment with their needs, from social wellness to professional development and mindset growth. And those who do invest in their teams may stand to gain so much more.
A New Era of Recruiting Promises to Democratize the Hiring Process and Boost Inclusion and Diversity
More companies and job candidates are using blockchain technology to change traditional ways of hiring based on more outdated modes of resume building. We explain what exactly this means for the hiring process and what employers should know about this emerging technology.
Prevention is better than cure: Are employers up for the challenge to change behaviours in the workplace?
Our new whitepaper explores how the use of data insights can empower employers in making a sustainable impact on the health of their workforce.
Transforming energy starts with people
Many firms within the energy and power sectors are developing their vision for the future and prioritising a move towards decarbonisation and renewables. As they go through this transition, they have to navigate a multitude of new challenges. One issue connects all of these factors: people — more specifically, workforces.
Poor financial wellbeing is a global issue. But there is room for positivity and optimism.
The statistics about personal finance and financial wellbeing make grim reading. The number and variety of structural and cultural challenges in this area can seem quite daunting.
The wellbeing revolution: can data solve the health crisis?
With medical discovery and technology advancing at a rapid pace, some analysts predict that soon we could all live beyond our 100th birthdays. But a longer life does not necessarily mean optimal health.
The app will see you now: how companies are personalising health
From shopping to hailing a ride, with the click of a button or a swipe of a screen, technology has revolutionized our everyday lives. But can it change the way we address the global issue of declining health?
Creating a culture of lifelong learning without a ‘job for life’
With jobs for life a thing of the past, and an age of change creating promise for those that stay ahead and peril for those that do not – employees and employers alike are changing their attitude towards continual education attainment as a way to stay relevant. In fact, lifelong learning has been penned as one of the answers to creating a resilient workforce.
Using digital technology to ensure strong social and team connections
In an age of information and unprecedented change, digital technology is increasingly being used to create social connections. As a result, employees are demanding more from their employers, in the hope that digital technology can help them to manage their home and work lives with more autonomy. So just how can employers ensure these channels are effective?
Making fitness fit — physical health for high performers
In high-pressure environments, exercise could be the key to greater productivity and increased wellbeing but how can you support time-impoverished employees to make fitness fit? We explore different approaches to ensuring that your workforce can find time to improve their physical performance, alongside their employee performance.
Using technology to reach those most in need of benefit
As the ways used to send information to employees increase, how do we break through the noise and distractions to ensure they are engaged with the right benefits and support? Find out how behaviour change can help employees and employers alike, and the apps available that can enable more productive lifestyles.