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How to make hybrid events equitable

Written by Jo Cook on 25 November 2022 in Features

Jo Cook reflects on planning hybrid events and urges us to not to let the technology get in the way 

How do you see your world?

Written by Jules MacMillan on 24 November 2022 in Features

As we all see the world differently how do we improve our communication? Jules MacMillan urges us to remove our sunglasses …

Ageism is not good for business

Written by Steve Butler on 23 November 2022 in Features

Steve Butler explains why stamping out age unconscious bias in the workplace is vital

Tracking employee sentiment using KPIs

Written by Ian Barrow on 22 November 2022 in Features

Ian Barrow urges organisations to track and measure how workers are feeling on a regular basis – or risk adding to already growing attrition rates

7 reasons why kindness at work matters

Written by Anna Eliatamby on 21 November 2022 in Features

Anna Eliatamby looks at the evidence behind why kindness is so important to individuals and organisations

 

TJ Newsflash: 18 November

Written by Debbie Carter on 18 November 2022 in News

A selection of the latest news, research and stories from the world of HR, talent, learning and organisational development as selected by the TJ editorial team.

Why L&D needs to think like marketing

Written by Ross Stevenson on 17 November 2022 in Features

Ross Stevenson examines what L&D gets wrong about marketing tactics and how to do things that work

 

Countering microaggressions to build an inclusive culture

Written by Salma Shah on 15 November 2022 in Features

How can organisations empower staff to address unintentional exclusion and microaggressions? Salma Shah offers some solutions to improve inclusion and engagement 

The power of fun

Written by Paul Boross on 14 November 2022 in Features

Paul Boross looks at the power of humour for better employee engagement

Are you a daydream believer?

Written by Chris Griffiths and Caragh Medlicott on 9 November 2022 in Features

Chris Griffiths and Caragh Medlicott tell us why daydreaming is a seriously important activity 

TJ interviews Whistl’s CEO, Alistair Cochrane

Written by Debbie Carter on 3 November 2022 in Interviews

Logistics and fulfillment specialists Whistl are committed to developing skills. TJ talks to CEO, Alistair Cochrane about their apprenticeship fund and why supporting skills is so vital.

Building understanding of the menopause

Written by Ryan Higginson on 1 November 2022 in Opinion

As a follow up to World Menopause Month, Ryan Higginson offers valuable insight on how to support menopause when your business is hybrid

New research indicates greater support for virtual learning

Written by Jo Cook on 1 November 2022 in Features

Jo Cook reveals the results of research into virtual and hybrid learning 

TJ Newsflash: 27 October

Written by Debbie Carter on 27 October 2022 in News
TJ's team have selected the best news, research and stories from the world of HR, talent, learning and organisational development - including news on the profession from the CIPD, Skillsoft's latest report on the IT industry and Microsoft's call for a re-imagined workplace

Mental health calling!

Written by Julie McIntosh on 26 October 2022 in Features

Contact centres are stressful, so looking out for your people’s mental health is vital says Julie McIntosh

Cyber security training must not be a tick box exercise

Written by Shaun McAlmont on 25 October 2022 in Features

Shaun McAlmont argues that annual cybersecurity awareness training isn’t enough to protect organisations from attack

Know your technology to improve performance

Written by Ross Stevenson on 24 October 2022 in Features

L&D are crucial to understanding how technologies can improve learning at work but which to use? Ross Stevenson shows how to use these tools for performance improvement

TJ Newsflash: 20 October

Written by Debbie Carter on 20 October 2022 in News

A selection of the latest news, research and stories from the world of HR, talent, learning and organisational development as selected by the TJ editorial team.

The one mistake leaders keep making

Written by Manley Hopkinson on 19 October 2022 in Opinion

Manley Hopkinson askes some key questions to shine a light on how leaders can get the best from their people

Pregnancy and discrimination at work

Written by Gemma McCall on 17 October 2022 in Features

Gemma McCall explores the reality of maternity discrimination in the workplace