We must address the challenges women are facing in the workforce, and learning and development (L&D) will play a key role in pioneering gender equity in the future.
As we enter the 2020s, it’s a good time to consider what the future of work looks like — and to make sure it brings equal opportunity to everyone.
Whether you choose to go fully remote or to offer remote working options selectively, incorporating flexible work opportunities in your business has multiple advantages. Remote working gives you access to a global pool of talent and boosts productivity.
Most workplaces aren't set up to deal with the reality of employees who experience chronic, progressive or fluctuating illness. By supporting these employees, employers can minimize loss of skills and help employees maintain a high quality of life.
Experts are warning us about a possible recession in the next one or two years. Rather than fall into damage-control mode in the midst of a downturn, it’s critical to strengthen your business today to be in a better position if and when that time comes.
Employers that don’t provide flexible working should take notice: More than one in three employees would change companies if offered more flexibility, including over one-third of all directors and managers.