The latest thinking in workplace resilience
Read the latest thinking on the key areas that will help you build a rising, resilient workforce.
Becoming A Rising, Resilient Organisation
Employers are used to investing in benefits packages and health insurance as tools for attracting and retaining the right talent, but in the modern day, employees and society expect intelligent alignment with their needs, from social wellness to professional development and mindset growth. And those who do invest in their teams may stand to gain so much more.
Why Does Workforce Resilience Matter In Mergers & Acquisitions?
People are the core of every organisation and savvy deal makers know that a strong focus on people is paramount to the success of any transaction. As a result, human capital due diligence has become a critical part of any M&A process.
How Organisations Across Asia Approach DE&I
As many firms focus on delivering their diversity, equity and inclusion (DE&I) goals in more concrete ways, it has become increasingly evident that DE&I is not just an altruistic endeavour to improve society. It has clear commercial and economic impact.
Long Hours And Burnout
Long working hours, increased workload and the pressure to perform elevate the risk of work-related stress — threatening to undermine the resilience of both individuals and organisations in the financial services sector.
Poor Financial Wellbeing Is A Global Issue. But There Is Room For Positivity And Optimism.
The statistics about personal finance and financial wellbeing make grim reading. The number and variety of structural and cultural challenges in this area can seem quite daunting.
Transforming Energy Starts With People
Many firms within the energy and power sectors are developing their vision for the future and prioritising a move towards decarbonisation and renewables. As they go through this transition, they have to navigate a multitude of new challenges. One issue connects all of these factors: people — more specifically, workforces.
Employee Resilience Is Key To Business Resilience
Employee mental health and wellbeing is top of mind for Australian businesses, and organisations need to think on how they integrate these key considerations into their strategy to avoid risks to their bottom line and even potential regulatory consequences.
To Build Workforce Agility, Look At These Six Factors
Workforce agility is critical in today’s workplace amid uncertainty and the need for transferable and new skills. Our framework incorporates six talent and rewards areas that have the biggest influence on developing (or hindering) workforce agility. HR and business leaders can focus their efforts within these areas to enhance the agility of their workforce, ultimately leading to better outcomes. How can you measure and improve upon your workforce agility across these six factors?
Mental Health: Awareness And Challenges Around Mental Health – HR TALKS UK Podcast, Episode 2
Everyone’s talking about mental health right now, but how do we make sure employees have the right support and employers the right tools to ensure it? We speak to Charles Alberts, from the Wellbeing Solutions team at Aon, and Nick Taylor, clinical psychologist and CEO of Unmind, about the change in mental health awareness that COVID-19 has brought about and what employers should do to help people maintain a healthy mind.
Accelerate Your Workforce Into The Future
Companies must create workforces prepared to withstand future disruptions and stresses. The path to getting there requires using data intelligently to balance people risk with optimizing people spend, while also empowering workforce agility and resilience.
Diversity, Equity And Inclusion In The Workplace
Championing diversity, equity and inclusion (‘DE&I’) is not a new theme for many organisations – but external factors are reinforcing the need for a robust DE&I strategy and accelerating pressure on organisations to act and report on DE&I goals.