Design. Architecture. Advertising. Photography. Film. Arts. Music.
These are just some of the industries and occupations that have traditionally been associated with the creative process. However, this narrow focus on creativity is quickly becoming redundant.
As we operate in an ever-changing world, the ability to ‘think outside the square’ has become a highly sought-after skill. And the workplaces that nurture creative cultures, where innovation is encouraged, will be well placed to stay ahead of the competition.
What do eco-shoe brand All Birds, outdoor apparel company Patagonia and ice cream giant Ben & Jerry’s all have in common? B Corporation. B ‘what’ you might ask!
If you haven’t heard of B Corporation (or B Corp), there’s a good chance you’ll hear about them soon.
Are you Managing Remote Employees?
If so, how do we make the most of the new normal?
As we all know, COVID-19 has changed the way many of us are now working. We’re getting a lot of feedback from conversations with you all, so this is what we’ve learnt and what we would like to share with you. Read More
Recovery – where to now? We look at 8 things HR can do
We keep hearing it: These are unprecedented times. COVID-19 has rocked the entire world. We have never seen a sudden ‘economic stop’ in our lifetimes like this. As we know, businesses large and small are facing challenges never seen before. Global supply chains have been disrupted. Many people have lost their jobs – or face losing their jobs – in all sectors. If we’re heading for an economic downturn, there’s no secret formula for HR. So how can we, as HR practitioners, help organisations place themselves on the right side of the recession wave if it hits? How can the people function play a part in recession-proofing a company, or at least help mitigate its effects? We look at 8 key things HR can do.