Mental health Post COVID19 : post-traumatic stress disorder CHAPTER 2 | Institutional support. The start to social recovery.
Prepare for what is to come | The government must help everyone. Through the UK’s healthcare system, there are programmes to support mental wellbeing, but is this enough to support every individual during the COVID19 pandemic? Does everyone know and understand the support they have access to? Mental health support should be accessible to all – no matter what you earn, and there should be a database of professionals and vulnerable citizens. I realise that it is not easy to just create a new programme from scratch, but every single citizen should be informed about these services, which are available online and over the phone.
Projet SIRH et dialogue social : les clés de la réussite
TalentLink, the Choice of the Smarter Recruiter
In the changing world, Recruiters still need to hire as normal. TalentLink helps you do just that! Find out more by booking your personalised demo today.
Symphony RetailAI and Cognita Schools: Successfully deploying a centralised HR process while meeting local needs
When you’re a global organisation, the idea of remote work is hardly novel. Coordinating employees spread across different countries and time zones has always been part of the job for HR departments of widespread organisations. However, managing this complexity is never easy, and success lies in choosing the right strategy: Is it better to have multiple decentralised local approaches, or a single centralised global one? Besides having a global footprint, Symphony RetailAI and Cognita Schools couldn’t be any more different. Yet they have both found success in managing their global teams by adopting similar approaches that leverage an AI-powered platform.
Close your eyes and dream big! What AI can bring to HR
Next Gen career mobility at Unleash
Matthieu Durif, Solution Consulting Director at Cornerstone discusses next generation career mobility and how the Cornerstone HCM solution supports career mobility within an organisation.
Taylor Wessing discusses how they've driven an increase in learner engagement
Amiee Young, Talent Development Advisor, and Matthew Wilcox, L&D Manager, share why they chose Cornerstone, and how since the launch of the platform they’ve seen an increase in completion for compliance training and increased uptake of professional training.
Mental health Post COVID19 : post-traumatic stress disorder CHAPTER 4 | HR & Technology: communities and apps
In this last chapter I want to bring social responsibility to the conversation. Social responsibility will be more important than ever, which we value highly as an organisation, so how did we manage this time of crisis?
TA Authenticity at Epson
Epson discuss their Employee Brand and Talent Acquisition strategy.
UK Regional Report: Addressing the Global Skills Shortage
The new realities of work are creating long-term impacts — good and bad — for your organisation and people. The organisations that aren't struggling to navigate this uncharted wilderness succeed because they focus on developing the skills of their people.
Fosway Group: Enabling organisational agility through talent & people success
Over the past two years, the how, when, where and why of work have been challenged like never before. The way in which organisations responded to this disruption made all the difference in determining an organisation’s ability to succeed.
Spotlight on Eisai and Amplifon: Strengthening employees’ skills and competencies with effective L&D strategies
Learning and development strategies must continue to evolve in the ever-changing world of work. Training and development provide employees with a softer landing into change, and the introduction of digital learning and development platforms during the COVID-19 pandemic allowed employees a smoother transition into a new style of work.