TJ Newsflash: 10 January

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The latest learning news and research personally compiled by TJ’s Editor, Jo Cook

Not being flexible about flexible working

In a sign that the Great Resignation may be losing pace, the annual ‘What Workers Want’ survey by New Possible finds that 33% of UK employees are considering a new job in the next 12 months – a 7% decline on the previous two years.

Flexibility is now top-of-mind when it comes to an employee’s likelihood to stay, with 50% of employees who don’t currently have flexible working options saying they’re looking to change jobs in the next year.

Read more.

Senior management advice

The Women Talking About Learning podcast latest episode is out, and focuses on senior management. Guest speakers are Jo Royce and April Petrey with host Andrew Jacobs.

Approaching senior leadership, challenging concepts of what teams or departments should do, creating in a vacuum, and more, are the topics discussed.

Listen here.

Wellbeing conference

The CIPD have a conference all about wellbeing at work on 7-8 February.

Agenda topics include placing wellbeing at the heart of the employee lifecyle; building a wellbeing culture; the role of line managers; peer to peer support; managing sickness; and investing in yourself when looking for others.

Find out more.

Wellbeing webinar for you

You have been invited to a 45-minute mood booster webinar on Thursday 18th January at 3pm (GMT)

Liggy Webb is offering a free uplifting and highly practical webinar will cover the following:

  • Deal well with the winter blues
  • Build a toolkit of easy to apply mood boosters
  • Choose and embrace healthy coping mechanisms
  • Manage stress levels and feel more energised and more!

Register here.

The TJ podcast is coming soon

We’re very pleased that the TJ podcast will be back, very soon, and this teaser gives you a hint of what’s to come.

Listen here.

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