The term “whistleblowing” is a charged and spooky one in global media today. It’s associated with high-profile and politically charged public cases. But upon closer inspection, these cases more accurately describe a breaking point that is reached when proper whistleblowing channels do not exist.
How are your people feeling and how are they managing the effects of the pandemic? Find out which statistics you need to be aware of and what you can do to turn these negative trends around.
We surveyed HR experts both in-house at Winningtemp as well as within our network to hear what their top challenges and priorities are.
Sleep expert Frida Rångtell shares the best methods for getting a well-deserved rest at night so you can perform at a high level during the day.
A recent survey of our customers’ most pressing problems revealed some interesting yet unsurprising insights — most HR professionals believe that gathering better data around their employees’ wellbeing should be the top priority.
In March 2020, the UK went into full lockdown. It was, as we now know, only the beginning of what has now seen a seismic shift in the way we live and work, and the precarious balance between the two which all at once became even more complex and entwined.
“Using Winningtemp’s real-time engagement platform can dramatically change the wellbeing of workers in adult social care.”
A shift in focus to the health and wellbeing of the individuals caring for the vulnerable is crucial. To care for your people, is to care for clients.
Welcome to the world of freelancers.Fortunately, it hasn't been an over-night transition for many. The phrase 'working from home' has (almost) lost its stigma as companies worldwide have been gradually shifting to remote working for years now. And, for most of them, it has been working remarkably well. Naturally, it has taken them quite some time to set and perfect the work culture, but overall, studies show that 83% of employees enjoy the opportunity of working from home!That being said, the situation is quite different for those who were forced to think on their feet while switching to remote to ensure business continuity. It dealt a heavy blow to their > People are talking about how this is going to be the fourth industrial revolution with different technologies changing fundamentally how we work. Jennifer Christie, the Head of People at Twitter.