Burnout

We are hearing more and more about burnout, in the news and in the workplace, but what is it? Well, The World Health Organisation (WHO) has recently classified burnout as an occupational phenomenon in the International Classification of Diseases. What does it look like? Based on the WHO guidelines the tell tale signs of burnout... Continue Reading →

Some of your people have Dyslexia

A blog on being accessible and inclusive How people experience works is not a standard, a one size does not fit all and if it is designed without considering the rich and wonderful variations that people bring with them then you are going to be delivering a reduced experience. This blog is about how technology... Continue Reading →

Some of your people are Colour Blind

A blog on being accessible and inclusive (first of many) How people experience works is not a standard, a one size does not fit all and if it is designed without considering the rich and wonderful variations that people bring with them then you are going to be delivering a reduced experience. This blog is... Continue Reading →

To pulse or not to pulse

Or, in defence of the annual survey Pulse surveys are super cool, and the annual survey is a thing of the past – well that is what everyone is saying these days. You cannot dip your toe in the employee feedback market without hearing about why we need to “ditch the annual survey” and move... Continue Reading →

New Joiner Experience

First impressions matter... Well done, you have invested time, money, energy and resources to recruit the right person for your business to help it be more profitable, more sustainable and to grow! It would probably be a good idea to check in with them to see how they are getting on. But why? Well according... Continue Reading →

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