People Insight “are seeing that more than ever employees are expecting their leaders to show the empathy, compassion and honesty that emerged during the pandemic whilst at the same time tackling key issues like inclusivity and hybrid working”. The article is one of a series published on the UHR website in the run-up to UHR’s 2022 Conference: Everyone Onboard!
It’s perhaps not surprising that more than two-fifths of UK workers felt anxious about returning to the workplace post-Covid, a CIPD survey has unveiled. The following article from Guardian Jobs is one of a series published on the UHR website in the run-up to UHR’s 2022 Conference: Everyone Onboard!
I’m passionate about wellbeing. When we’re well, we thrive, but it can affect our whole being if we’re out of kilter,writes Christina Dove, Partner at Mercer UK.To best describe how I’m staying well and keeping myself energised, I’m going to coverWorkingwith a sense of purpose,Enjoyingthe great outdoors,ListsandLaughing(a lot!).
What are your warning signals? As the days grow shorter, the blackout is coming. It has been a brutal year. How do you and your people recharge your batteries? – asks Fiona Anderson of mychangeexpert.com
In the first of our SummerWise* series of articles from some of our favourite sector voices, Diane Gilhooley and Rob Gray of Eversheds Sutherland reflect on the wellbeing challenge of these coronavirus days.
Sue Chambers, Director of Human Resources at Aberystwyth University, argues in favour of a little selfishness when trying to maintain your work/life balance. In busy HR teams under permanent scrutiny, keeping your own energy levels high is vital to the task of doing great work.
Sophie Harris, deputy director of HR at SOAS, University of London considers the changing structure and composition of the academic workforce in UK and US universities.
UHR / UCEA Employee Engagement Toolkit
Our Employee Engagement Toolkit has been produced with UCEA and provides examples of effective engagement projects that you can learn from, use and adapt for your own university’s situation. Thank you to all the HR engagement teams across the country for your ideas on this crucial aspect of the HR role.
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