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Diversifying working teams is at the top of most company’s agendas right now. And rightly so! Ensuring equal opportunity and diverse representation—besides being the right thing to do—has a hugely positive impact to key business outcomes and HR priorities such as employee engagement, productivity, experience, and retention. Research from CIPD on the psychological contract also shows that … Engineering at Hive: Our Commitment to Diversity Read More »
Right, let’s get this straight — we take employee survey confidentiality very seriously at Hive. It’s true! Hive’s ‘Confidentiality Commitment’ is lived and breathed by our team and our customers, because for working people to share their inner thoughts, budding ideas and (sometimes controversial!) opinions in a survey — they need to feel totally comfortable and unidentifiable. Now, … The Ultimate Guide To Employee Survey Confidentiality Read More »
Let’s talk about HR’s biggest challenge in 2019 — employee engagement. The industry has seemingly tackled this topic with the boom of office practices like in-house yoga, work gamification and walk-and-talk meetings. And the science-driven data backing such strategies continue to gain momentum… So, what’s left to talk about? The data, the charts and the … Surveys Reimagined: The Key To Improving Employee Engagement Read More »
Ryan’s interview was written by journalist Simon Rushworth and featured in Northern Insight magazine. There’s a data revolution happening in human resources and Hive’s People Scientists are leading the way, helping businesses use real-time employee feedback to create better employee experiences. Hive’s Director of People Science, Ryan Tahmassebi, a seasoned speaker in the Employee Engagement … People Science In Action at Amazon HQ: An Interview With Hive’s Ryan Tahmassebi Read More »
Over half of UK workers have experienced ‘burnout’ in their jobs*. Scary, huh? Well in my first blog, I’m going to share my own ‘millennial’ burnout story, the (people) science behind burnout, and three ways organisations can drive employee engagement while preventing employee burnout. To set the scene, I was at Uni, finishing my Master’s … 3 Ways To Prevent Employee Burnout (Using The Jobs Demands-Resource Model) Read More »
🤹”The juggle is real” as more parents than ever before must balance work and family life, according to recent figures from The Office for National Statistics.* With working parents making up such a huge portion of the UK’s workforce, it’s quite shocking that organisations are still not hitting the mark when it comes to providing … Why Flexible Working Policies Fail to Support Working Parents Read More »
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Without simple, transparent conversations around talent, at all levels, your talent strategy will undoubtedly fail. We need to get rid of the old-fashioned view of talent management as a dark art, and shed light on The post My top 3 insights for talent management conversations you need to be having in 2020 appeared first on Twenty One.
The overall theme of a great talent strategy has been one of simplicity. Define what talent means to everyone at all levels of your organisation. Get people to understand the “What’s in it for me”, The post My top 3 insights for effective talent management strategy in 2020 appeared first on Twenty One.
As we look ahead to the new decade, we have developed a new vision for our work as a business and a team. Now more than ever before, we recognise the importance of working closely The post Our Vision appeared first on Twenty One.
Following a research project into psychometric tools a few years ago, I chose Emergenetics as the perfect fit for my leadership coaching and training. This month I attended a workshop as part of my development, The post Are you new to Emergenetics? appeared first on Twenty One.
A Facebook Memory from thirteen years ago appeared on my wife’s feed this week. There was a heavy and unexpected snow shower that day, and so she decided to surprise our youngest son. She left The post Don’t be an experienced leader, be a leader of experiences appeared first on Twenty One.