This week we’re thinking about what gets crowds going, and whether it’s something that can be leveraged to catalyse productivity and commitment in organisations.
Nicholson McBride is proud to have been able to attend Blind in Business’ annual Education to Employment event. Kirsty tells us about her day with the charity.
As the pay gap hits headlines again, we share our experience and research on the thorny subject of gender-based inequality in the workplace.
Many people with neurological conditions such as autism, Asperger Syndrome, dyspraxia and dyslexia have extraordinary skills. Research has recurrently demonstrated significantly higher than average abilities in pattern recognition, memory and mathematics in these populations.
There are many challenges facing the workforce today. As a result, organisations don’t just want those who are best at their job, they want people who are resilient – who demonstrate an ability to bounce back from tough times, handle change effectively and cope well with pressure.