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Pay equality: why now is the time to get your house in order

Corporate Governance | Pay Transparency | Pay Fairness | Equal Pay | Exec pay | Covid-19 | Responsible Reward

The long-term picture will only become known with the passage of time, however, whilst business may be a little slower and some of our typical processes postponed, the world will keep turning and a return to a feudalist barter system seems a little unlikely, which is why now is a great time to prepare for the future.

Posted by Ben Rowley on
14 July 2020

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Authenticity, and why your internal brand is just as important as your external brand

Pay & Reward | Employee engagement | Employee communications | Engagement | HR Technology | Productivity | Employee Experience

If you aren’t communicating your employee deal effectively, not only are you not getting best return on investment for your spend, but you aren’t leveraging the often many great benefits that make up your total reward deal to best advantage when it comes to attracting, motivating and retaining your staff.

Posted by Justine Woolf on
14 July 2020

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Watch our Spring Webinar Series recordings

Pay & Reward

Our Spring Webinar Series saw Justine Woolf and Sarah Lardner joined by a host of brilliant guests, and provided some exclusive insights into the world of HR, Pay and Reward, relevant both now and in the future. If you missed them, you can catch up with the recordings here.

Posted by Jess Wort on
09 July 2020

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Spring Webinar Recording: The Changing Landscape of Pay and Reward, with Sarah Lardner and Carolyn Walker

Pay & Reward

In our final Spring Webinar, our Director of Innovation and Senior Principal Consultant, Sarah Lardner, is joined by Carolyn Walker, Human Resources Operations Director at Randstad, to discuss how organisations can best navigate the changing landscape of pay and reward. If you missed the live show, you can catch up here.

Posted by Sarah Lardner on
09 July 2020

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Rubbish in, Rubbish Out – Making Sure your Gender and Ethnicity Pay Data is Accurate

Gender Pay | Gender Pay Gap | Gender Pay Reporting

Closing the pay gap doesn’t happen by chance and it won’t happen overnight, but a strong start puts you in a strong position. Sarah Nash details why you should already have your focus set on your 2021 reporting.

Posted by Sarah Nash on
06 July 2020

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The impact of bonus and variable pay on morale and engagement

Bonus | Motivation | Employee engagement | Engagement | Covid-19

As we are now seeing lockdown lifting, albeit gradually, many workplaces are getting back to some kind of normality, are bonus expectations set to come back? Mark Macoun looks at how the pandemic has influenced bonus payments, and suggests ways you can boost morale and engagement when budgets are tight.

Posted by Mark Macoun on
06 July 2020

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How are the enforced changes to working life impacting the working environment?

Flexible working | Covid-19

There is more to operating in COVID-secure environments than just maintaining social distancing, and it seems that many things could change for the better as we get slicker with digital technology and find more flexible ways of working. But with the restrictions starting to ease, what changes to our working life may continue on a more permanent basis and how will we adapt? 

Posted by Sarah Nash on
23 June 2020

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Keeping morale high with remote recognition

Long Term Incentives | Motivation | Recognition | Covid-19

Simple recognition is often the best. Every time we run focus groups on the subject, the thing people want to most is a simple thank you – they just want to be acknowledged. Whilst we run round like headless chickens, reacting to the latest need this pandemic creates, take a moment to say thank you to those around you – it goes further than you think.

Posted by Justine Woolf on
23 June 2020

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Reshaping your organisation to achieve your desired results

Organisational Design | Pay Structure

Taking the opportunity to reshape your organisation is something that many businesses are considering right now, and certainly for many it will be an unfortunate necessity due to pandemic-related reduced income meaning that it is no longer feasible to carry the staff overheads they previously could. But where is the best place to start?

Posted by Justine Woolf on
17 June 2020

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Harnessing the benefits of a diverse workforce

Organisational Design | BAME reporting | Job Descriptions | Recruitment | Diversity

The prominence of the Black Lives Matter movement comes at pivotal time for businesses as we face what could be one of the most severe recessions in a generation. At a time when companies are trying to forecast what the future holds in the context of unprecedented circumstances and how best to keep the lights on, it would be easy to lose sight of issues like diversity. Cathryn Edmondson details why it is vital that diversity remains high on the HR agenda.

Posted by Cathryn Edmondson on
17 June 2020

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How to ensure responsible reward practices are implemented globally

Global reward | Responsible Reward

Responsible reward means considering the wider impact of how your organisation does business, and then aligning your reward package to this vision. The aim is to create long-term sustainability by moving beyond purely financial goals and incentivising your business – and your people – to generate a positive impact on society. But how do you translate these hugely strategic global goals into meaningful actions from a reward perspective?

Posted by Justine Woolf on
11 June 2020

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Flexible working: how working arrangements could change after lockdown

Flexible working | Covid-19

With lockdown bringing an unprecedented change to not only how we work, but where we work, it is evident already that working arrangements will be changed permanently following this pandemic. Spencer Hughes takes a closer look at the changes we've seen throughout this period and the potential lasting impact they will have on the working world.

Posted by Spencer Hughes on
10 June 2020

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