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As we enter 2023, we highlight our top five predictions and insights for what we should be focusing on and the strengths we might call on to do it.
ISE’s Equity, Diversity & Inclusion (EDI) event focused on how we can move from aspiration to action, explains Dr Reena Jamnadas from Cappfinity.
Thirty-eight million American workers left their jobs last year.
A new course being offered to undergraduates by UCD Innovation Academy will use VR to help them tackle real-life scenarios.
British Airways is looking to revive its fortunes post-pandemic by putting hundreds of its managers on a leadership development programme devised in conjunction with an HR tech firm.
Nicky Garcea Of Cappfinity On How Employers and Employees Are Reworking Work Together
Dozens of employees from Amazon, Facebook and Google joined Instacart in the past year.
2020 was a year of upheavals in and out of the workplace.
In the United States, more than ever before, people are handing in their notice without another job to go to.
On-campus interviews have long been a staple of law firm recruiting.
Discover how virtual reality (VR) is becoming integral to the hiring, onboarding, and employee engagement processes.
Innovating assessment and selection has halved Jardine’s annual assessment costs, explains Chris Battle, Client Success Director at Cappfinity.
A strengths-based approach has improved student employability at Manchester Metropolitan University, explains Abi Parker, Account Director at Cappfinity.
Burnout occurs at the point of physical and mental exhaustion. It is far more than feeling a little stressed, as it generally happens over a prolonged period.
The first rule: Don’t force somebody to be a buddy. It probably won’t end well.
Strengths research highlights that when we use our strengths, our happiness and well-being improve.
The phrase ‘quiet quitting’ has been gathering momentum in the traditional media and via social media platforms like TikTok for some time now. But what is it, and why do people choose to ‘quietly quit?’