At Changeboard, we love engaging with our global HR community, especially through our social media and digital channels. What was everybody talking about this last month? Here’s our round-up of the most talked about topics in February 2014.
Our exclusive interview with Steve Holliday was the most re-tweeted and favourited article. Followed closely by our ‘new look’ magazine, for our February-April edition. Thank you for all your wonderful comments, we love to hear which articles you enjoyed most, and what topics you would like to see more of. Tweet us @Changeboard
The UK’s science, technology, engineering and maths graduates need a 50% boost in their numbers to compete globally, says the Royal Academy of Engineering. Mary Appleton asks the National Grid’s CEO Steve Holliday about how to tackle this and help solve youth unemployment. Read more>
Our happiness and well-being in the workplace blog post initiated some good conversations in our LinkedIn group. Come and have your say, speak to your peers and keep updated on all the latest news and content, by joining our gated-group – specifically for senior HR professionals – and follow our company page.
In the hustle and bustle of the modern day workplace, how can you ensure your organisation puts the health of your employees on top of the priority list? Jo Lloyd, HR director at Arco, the protective equipment company, discusses their award-winning wellbeing philosophy and offers top tips on how to strengthen your own. Read more>
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In our regular sections of leadership, careers advice and job seeker handbook, we share top tips for your ongoing career development. The most read article in February was:
Preparing for an interview may be something that as a senior professional, you may feel out of practice at – Matt Scott, operations manager in the HR division at Barclay Meade presents his guide to reintroducing yourself to the process. Read more>
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