The way we work has changed as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic. In particular, employers are looking to embrace hybrid ways of working.
Covid-19, lockdown and working from home created a workforce crisis point which organisations and employees have been working through for the last 12 months.
Where do you start if you are looking to make your first purchase of a learning platform? The learning technology market is awash with vendors that – taken at face value – do similar things.
Everyone performs better when they feel valued and there is plenty of evidence to show that inclusive organisations get better results.
More than a third (36%) of the UK workforce worked exclusively from home between 24 April and 3 May last year, according to ONS statistics.
A new year, a new lockdown, but the same priorities and challenges for UK employers: digital-first working, communication and learning.
What a year 2020 has been. Unprecedented in so many ways, this year has been shaped by the Covid-19 pandemic and its impact on our work and home lives.
Working from home during the Covid-19 pandemic has shown the critical role of digital in accelerating change in how we work.
Learning has become more important to organisations than ever before. Without it, organisations diminish their ability to adapt to change.
Virtual working is here to stay. Recent research from the Institute of Directors shows that 74% of the 1,000 company directors surveyed will be keeping increased working from home once Covid-19 has died down.
If the Covid-19 pandemic has shown organisations one thing it has been the capacity of employees to adapt to new ways of working and in double-quick time.