Equal Pay Vs. Equitable Pay: What Do Employers Need to Know?
Equal Pay Day comes around every year to shed light on the fact that pay disparities are still very much […]
What’s Going to ‘Surprise’ Us in 2023 that We Already Half Know?
As we venture into this new year, none of us can be sure what the future holds. However, with ‘unprecedented’ […]
The Flip Side: How Employers can Effectively Implement Change
Today is the Winter Solstice – the longest day and the official start of the coldest season of the year. So, would […]
It’s Beginning to Look a lot Like…Digital Skills are Becoming a Necessity
For many around the world the festive season is upon us once again – a time of celebration, family gatherings […]
How to give a Holiday Bonus on a Budget
The holiday bonus is carrying a lot more weight this year. With financial concerns at an all-time high, many employees […]
What Role can Diversity and Inclusion Play in Navigating the Current UK Climate?
Recently, Sue Johnson, Managing Partner for Inclusion & Diversity Consulting at Odgers Berndston, and OrgShakers’ Partner Therese Procter met to […]
Shaking Things Up: Getting Creative with Remote Working
Remote work seems to be here to stay. And if that is the case, then so are the burgeoning social […]
Walking the Tightrope: How Can HR Find a Balance Between Employer and Employee Needs?
HR teams can find themselves in a crossfire between employer and employee. At first blush, the HR department recruits, enables, […]
How to Maintain Brain Health to Support Mental Wellness: Part 2
5. Reduce anxiety Anxiety is known to be harmful to the brain, but how? Some anxiety is normal in us […]
How to Maintain Brain Health to Support Mental Wellness: Part 1
Whilst we may focus on maintaining the health of our bodies, we tend to pay less attention (if any) to […]
Why Fostering an Accessibility Mindset is Good for Business
As they seek to broaden and mature their position on the diversity and inclusion agenda, most organizations agree that enhancing […]
Better to Bend than Break: Why Leaders Should be Flexible to Change
The ability to be adaptable is becoming gold amongst leaders in the contemporary corporate world. A post-pandemic perspective has seen […]
Management Training: Keeping Up with the Changing Workforce
It is no secret that the workforce is changing, and with these changes comes a sharper focus on attraction and retention […]
You're FIRED! The ambiguity of the Employment-At-Will doctrine
On a number of occasions in the past I've been asked to fire employees for reasons such as “they are […]
How Consultants Add Value for Startups
Throughout my career I've found myself gravitating towards startup assignments. I'm a builder, so I find creating a business from […]