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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.
The focus in this podcast is on a major trend we are expecting to see in 2023 – flexiblity. Including, how the new normal and hybrid world has changed what we mean by that term and also considering what flexible packages look like at an organisation level across different sectors.
In this episode, Bill Banham talks with Giles O’Halloran, an experienced HR professional who works as a freelance consultant, coach, speaker, and writer. They speak about why business leaders don’t like HR and how can HR leaders get themselves at the top table and get more respect from senior leadership.
In this episode, Bill Banham talks with Katie Neeves, Trans Ambassador at Cool2BTrans. She talks about why trans inclusion is so important and inclusion training is needed in the workplace.
In this episode, Bill Banham talks with Elvin Turner. They discuss what leaders can do to develop the skills and capabilities to encourage innovation, how this trickles down to employees and how a better grasp of ways to foster innovation at the manager/c-level impact the wider workforce.
HR in Review 38 – How Can HR Leaders Minimise the Impact of the UK Recession on their Org? with Steve Foulger
In this HR in Review episode, our guest Steve Foulger and host Bill Banham discuss some of the commercial and economic conditions that are having the biggest impact on companies’ decisions at the moment. We also consider how the recession in the UK will affect HR decision-making in the next 12-24 months.
In this HR in Review episode, we look at the risks of non-compliance for companies hiring globally. We also consider some of the biggest market factors to overcome in order to ensure the UK holds its reputation as a technology leader.
In this HR in review episode, we discuss the nature of strikes and explore why hiring temp staff to cover strikes is not the best approach. Seb then gives the latest on IR35, outlining the recent changes to legislation and its impact on HR.
In this HR in Review episode, Bill Banham’s guest is Scott Lane the Founder and CEO of Speeki. They talk about environmental, social, and governance issues (also known as ESG), and compliance and suggest some ways that one’s compliance reporting platform can lift the load and open up new insights.
In this HR in Review episode, Bill Banham talks with Doug Field OBE, Joint CEO at East of England Co-operative Society Ltd. They talk about how CEOs can use data to inform people-focused decisions as a business leader.
In this HR in review episode, we explore neurodiversity – and exactly what it means to be neurodivergent. We also dive into what Agility in Mind research shows about the representation and inclusion of neurodivergent individuals in the workplace.
In this episode, Dr. Andy Wood OBE DL the Chief Executive at Adnams PLC joins Bill to talk about his predictions for UK hospitality jobs. Adnams is the home of some of the best beers, wines and spirits the UK has to offer.
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In this podcast James Marsh and John Mclaughlin discuss the reality behind the concept of a ‘great resignation’.
In this podcast James Marsh and Melissa Paris discuss the core skills and behaviours required to successfully lead hybrid organisations.