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As workplaces reopen, a recent survey shows that three quarters of businesses expect flexible working to become more common, while around a half see hybrid working continuing beyond 2021. Brad Taylor, Director of People at CIPD, looks at the opportunities and challenges that presents and how you can prioritise wellbeing and maintain productivity.
Remote working isn’t for everyone, but when we’re all encouraged to work from home as much as possible, making it work is important. Whether it’s a short-term move or something you’re considering for the longer-term, we look at some of the benefits and challenges and how you can make it work for you and your business.
UK businesses are finding different ways to future-proof their success. For some, the route to growth could lie in international markets and with our global network and export experts, HSBC is well placed to support.
What’s top of your list for the rest of the business year and beyond? Whether it’s market domination or simply keeping your business secure and solvent, HSBC is here to help.
From accelerating growth, to solving seemingly intractable business problems and even restoring your enthusiasm for the business, working with a mentor can be transformational. But the relationship is not a one-way street, the whole process can bring real benefits to the mentor as well.
Outdoor gear specialists Alpkit plan to take on 40 people over the next three years. A bold move in uncertain times? Not according to chief executive David Hanney, whose enthusiasm for the company is just one of the ingredients that helps them recruit and retain talent.
Will I still have a job? Is my employer’s business at risk? Is it safe to buy a house, or start a family? These are the sorts of questions employees are asking in today’s fast-changing environment.
UK businesses are upbeat about 2019, despite the prospect of further political and economic uncertainty, and they will have a strongly supportive but inquisitive friend in HSBC UK, promises David Beaty, UK Head of Business Banking.
Personal development plans (PDPs) provide a powerful, flexible way to link employees’ professional and personal development with the development of your business.