Could remote working help level the playing field?
As we all settle into this strange yet temporary new normal there has been a spotlight shone on the benefits that flexible and remote working can offer. Cutting costs, increased productivity and employee health and wellbeing are top of the list. Less discussed though is the potential for remote working to help level some of the corporate gender bias. Specifically, its potential to accelerate the closing of the gender pay gap.
29 April 2020
Steps to self-management
In Katrin's last blog she discusses why self-management is the new normal. Here she explains how you and your organisation can get there - something that may include a shift in mindset.
27 April 2020
A Practical Coaching Guide for your Development Toolkit
There are various coaching models out there that can be used as a framework. In this blog, one of MHR's HR consultants discusses a range of different skills and approaches needed in a manager's toolkit.
24 April 2020
Building Trust in the ‘New Normal’
Everyone is talking about the “new norm”. But we must be careful. The “new norm” will not look like this current one. This is a temporary emergency solution. The situation has forced us to change and hopefully grow. But it has also levelled the playing field in a unique and only temporary situation in which almost everybody is working together, from home.
21 April 2020
Self-management as the New Normal
Guest blogger and Learning & Performance Specialist, Katrin Kircheis explains what self-management in a company environment means and discusses how a restructuring of the way you work may be needed to navigate the 'new normal'.
17 April 2020
Professional Isolation: Remote But Not Forgotten
The world of social isolation has highlighted the dangers of professional isolation as we are forced to embrace the suddenly accelerated trend of remote working. Remote and at home working is nothing new. By the end of last year 40% of global companies were partially remote, an 140% increase in the last 15 years (Global Workforce Survey).
15 April 2020
Why it's Important to Find Time for Deep Work
As we enter our fourth week of working from home, are you finding that you are more distracted than usual with the multitude of tech that has allowed us to operate in this way? Are you getting more messages, emails and conference call invites than you would normally? How much of your average week now is spent on low-value repetitive tasks like these and how much on high value tasks like creative thinking or problem solving?
14 April 2020
How to ensure your HR tech is secure
MHR's Chief Security Officer discusses the potential risks and advises on the security measures we should take to safeguard our HR data.
08 April 2020
Employee Mental Health Infographic on Work During Lockdown
How to maintain efficient payroll in unstable times
Coronavirus is impacting our mental health
Top five tips to run your HR function smoothly in an economic crisis
How MHR can support you in the current Coronavirus epidemic
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