With worries in both the UK and US regarding impending recession, businesses are having to think about how they can drive productivity and output with the same number of, or potentially fewer, workers.
Peter Cheese sets out how organisations can look to improve their productivity, and how such benefits can bring about both short and long-term improvements.
In July, we unveiled our new leadership survey examining various UK political figures and their ability to govern. Now the results reveal who voters believe is best suited to take their place in 10 Downing Street.
For the July edition of The Loop, we take a look at the key things to consider when faced with a change in leadership.
Tim Clayton-Ball argues that as well as current ability, future potential and development are crucial in ensuring that organisations find the right leaders.
As the battle to become the UK’s next Prime Minister intensifies, we have developed a new way of comparing the candidates based on their characters, and not superficial policy promises.
Questions remain whether the great resignation is still just a temporary change to the way employees approach work or if it is actually a permanent shift in employees’ mindsets.
Bhushan Sethi believes the pandemic brought issues around diversity and wellbeing to the fore and made workers reassess what they want from their jobs
Rita Trehan argues that the pandemic exposed deep-rooted flaws in many businesses that, unless dealt with, will continue to drive employees away from their organisations
The spectre of proximity bias hangs over both employers and employees adopting hybrid arrangements, with clear worries over whether those in the office will receive more preferential treatment to those based primarily at home.