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In this HR in Review episode, our guest is Rashaad Hutchison Price, a seasoned people professional who has over 22 years of experience in the HR space specializing in Banking, Finance, and Fintech. Rashaad has worked extensively in Africa, the Middle East, and the United Kingdom.
In today’s episode, we’re delving into i4cp’s report “The Productivity Predicament.” The report examines the challenges of maximising employee productivity without sacrificing empathy in the workplace.
In this HR in Review episode, we look ahead to DisruptHR London and DisruptHR Birmingham. Bill’s guest this time is Perry Timms, Adjunct Faculty at Hult International Business School and HR Magazine’s #1 HR Thought Leader of 2022, and Founder at People and Transformational HR Limited.
In this episode of the HR in Review podcast, we take a pulse of the current labour market and try to predict what the UK and EU economies can expect in the year ahead.
In this episode of the HR in Review podcast, Bill Banham talks with Naysan Firoozmand, Global Head of Coaching at Hult EF Corporate Education. They disccuss transforming the way they communicate, perform, and lead.
In this episode of the HR in Review show, we look at ways to increase productivity plus we consider why high EQ is important for effective leaders.
In this episode of the HR in Review show, we talk about all things Creating Unique Talent Management Solutions with Christopher Bjorling, President at Fidello Inc, Associate Editor at HR Gazette, and co-host of the popular People and Performance Podcast.
In this episode of the HR in Review show, Amelia Brand talks with Dr Lynda Folan, Doctor of Organisational Psychology, Managing Director and Author. Today they discuss workplace culture and why it’s so important for organisations to get it right, especially in the new working world where hybrid work is on the rise.
Managing HR when based in one country can be complicated but when you are looking to expand internationally, education and compliance are key
In this episode, we discuss building an HR tech stack and how AI will continue to move the needle.
In this episode of the HR in Review show, Amelia Brand talks with Alicia Nagar about what employers should be doing to ensure they are supporting their employees mental health in the workplace.
In this episode of the HR in Review show, Bill Banham talks with Jamie Keeling, Head of Solutions at My Staff Shop, a company specialising in creating tailored employee benefits and rewards & recognition via their Platform.
In this HR in review episode, Bill Banham is joined by Richard Lucas, CEO and co-founder at Govox, an online mental health wellbeing platform.
In this episode of the HR in Review podcast, we talk about one of the most important lessons the COVID-19 pandemic taught businesses and HR leaders: the importance of authentic collaboration in the workplace. We consider six elements essential to collaboration in the post-Covid workplace and the tools and strategies to future-proof businesses so they can best manage future challenges.
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In this exclusive episode of HR in Review, reward expert Sarah Jefferys, Head of Reward Consulting at Gallagher and Andrew Drake, Director of People Experience Consulting at Gallagher put forward their cases in a lively debate about the importance of design v communication, which should you prioritise and why.
In this exclusive episode of HR in Review, we are joined by Emily Gillmore and Sharn Kleiss at Gallagher. Following the recent release of Gallagher’s Benefits Strategy and Benchmarking report we discuss some of the trends and highlights from the past 12 months.
In this episode of HR in Review, we are joined by Simon Bishop, Head of Global Talent Acquisition at SoftwareONE. He shares his story on experiencing a period of hypergrowth and how he adapted his recuitment process.
In this exclusive HR in Review episode, Bill Banham is joined once again by Jessica Brannigan from Culture AMP. They both talked about DEI and the latest research they’ve done in partnership with Censuswide.
In this exclusive HR in review episode, we talk about the Great Resignation, how employee attitudes have changed over the last few years and the challenge that presents to leaders.
In this podcast, we explore the top benefits trends in 2023 backed by data from Gallagher’s 2022 Benefits Strategy & Benchmarking Report.
This week we have an exclusive podcast for Premium followers of the HR in Review podcast: Why fairness and inclusivity matters across reward and benefits with Sarah Jefferys
In this episode, James Marsh speaks to Steve Atkinson, Vice President & General Manager, EMEA at Enboarder about the importance of human connection at work, whether that is connecting with colleagues, managers or with the organisation itself.
In this episode, James speaks to Francis Goss, Director of People Experiences Consulting at Gallagher about assisting employees with their financial wellbeing.
In this episode, we welcome back Jessica Brannigan a lead people scientist at Culture Amp. We talk about manager burnout, what it means and how to take action.
In this episode, we speak to Jessica Brannigan a Lead People Scientist at Culture Amp. We discuss why employee development is so important, what the impact is on employee development for organisations and how organisations can build a more comprehensive approach to employee development.
In this episode we speak to Sally Earnshaw, Managing Director of Culture Change Consulting at Gallagher about the increased pressure that leaders continue to face following the last couple of years of upheaval.
This podcast discussion looks at the issues surrounding women’s experience in the workplace and how Covid more adversely affected them than their male counterparts. Join James Marsh and Jessica Brannigan Lead People Scientist at Culture Amp.
Join James Marsh and Noelle Murphy from XpertHR who discuss some of the highlights from XpertHR’s latest report into the challenges of hybrid working: including collaboration, consistency, engagement, wellbeing and more
The workplace taboos surrounding fertility, the potential impact on business and how employers can start conversations and support their employee are explored by James Marsh and Francesca Steyn.