Supporting the Well-Being of Your Underrepresented Employees

Bountiful research has documented the importance of DEI for business. We know that organizations with diverse workforces enjoy increased financial performance, innovation, and creativity and decreased attrition and related costs. But efforts to address DEI in the workplace are typically disconnected from those aimed at supporting employee health and wellness. To enact meaningful change in the lives of employees, it’s critical for business leaders to address employees’ total well-being, including their physical, mental, emotional, and financial health; work-life balance; and social equity. Simply put, well-being is a central strategy to ensure that employees are able to contribute their best while navigating the myriad challenges that impact how they live, work, and relate to others. Failing to address the intersectionality of DEI and well-being does a substantial disservice to employees. The authors present a series of actions employers should take to ensure every part of their population has the resources and information they need to address the special needs of marginalized employee populations.

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The Right to Request Remote Working

Since 2020,  traditional workforce models have shifted to include hybrid and remote working. Effective from the 7th of March 2024, all employees in Ireland have a new legal right which entitles them to request remote working from their employer.   What is Remote Working? Remote working is an agreement between an employer and their employee, … more.
Interviewing Skills for Hiring Managers and Businesses - Clark Recruitment - LEARN MORE

Interviewing Skills for Hiring Managers and Businesses

Hiring the right talent is crucial for organizational success. However, finding the perfect fit goes beyond reviewing resumes and qualifications. It requires an understanding of interviewing techniques that accurately assess a candidate’s skills, competencies, and cultural fit. Interviewing is not just about asking questions; it’s an art that requires finesse, empathy, and strategic thinking. In … more.
10 Tips to Optimize Your Current Career Path LEARN MORE

10 Tips to Optimize Your Current Career Path

In today’s fast-paced and dynamic job market, it’s essential for professionals to continually assess and optimize their career paths to stay competitive and achieve their goals. Whether you’re looking to advance within your current organization or explore new opportunities elsewhere, optimizing your career path can help you maximize your potential and find fulfillment in your … more.