Want to know which UK city took the most sick days? Or the top staff excuses for turning up late? We’ve got the answers in our new infographic.
The bad handshake scale, where do you fit?
A recent report published by the Journal of Hand Therapy showed that the grip strength of current 20-34 year olds was much weaker than that of those in the same age group in 1985.
What does Brexit mean for employers?
It's all over the country—the referendum results are in and the vote has been determined. As people gather to ask what happens next, there is a group of business owners who are wondering what they need to know about employment law, post-Brexit.
HR audit time!
Measure your HR performance against sound criteria
Sort your squad out! How employers and employees can work together during a great summer of sport
With the Euro 2016 football tournament starting today and the Rio Olympic Games in August, employers need a smart approach to sick leave and working hours to minimise disruption at work.
Managing employee culture during change
Guest author Benjamin Black (a BrightHR partner) discusses the importance of clear communication with employees when your business undergoes a merger or structural change.
Make the most of your lunch hour with these 6 apps
Did you know that a whopping 79% of employees think fun at work relieves stress?
Which HR policies would you throw into HRroom101?
BrightHR recently hosted a Room 101 session alongside HR Magazine. We call it... HRroom101
Wellbeing in the workplace: putting Cloud9 to work
It really does pay to play in a professional way
7 reasons your employees are taking sick days and how you can stop it
Employee absence is estimated to cost UK employers a shocking £11 billion every year—about £600 per employee.
7 HR complaints that will leave you open-mouthed (and hoping you never get them)
For a profession that demands patience, understanding, and a cool head, HR really pushes the envelope for contact with unreasonable, inappropriate, and downright bizarre workplace scenarios