John Whelan, Director of the Corporate Research Forum and former UK HR Director at BAE Systems, discusses how forum members are operating their hybrid working policies. As we reflect on the experience of the pandemic, it’s an opportunity for business leaders to evaluate the approaches that they have taken. Clearly, remote and flexible working are here… Continue reading Employers are favouring the carrot over the stick
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.
For many businesses a key organisational goal is to ensure collaboration between their various teams to improve overall productivity. However, the separate nature of these teams, or silos, in themselves contribute to poor productivity and competitive decline. Leaders often find themselves having to balance the two.
Simon French examines the relationship between COVID-19 and remote working on productivity.
Why business leaders should prioritize workplace productivity over efficiency.
How best can leaders and organisations boost employees’ productivity while also avoiding burnout?