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| February 25, 2019
Alp provides its staffing and recruitment solutions and services to almost all industries, and for companies of all sizes ranging from small start-ups to multinational corporations.
Article | June 20, 2020
For Mental Health Awareness Week 2019, I remember planning the activities for the week ahead vividly. I play an active role in Lane4's mental health awareness team (Mind4) and can remember being clustered together in one of the many Olympic themed meetings rooms at Lane4 (it was actually Tokyo 2020, the irony!).
Fast forward to Mental Health Awareness Week 2020, this week, and it all feels very different in comparison to last year. In recognition of this feeling, our Mind4 team have run an array of activities not just this week, but every week since the launch of the furlough scheme following the outbreak of COVID-19. In the absence of regular human connection, our aim has been to create an environment, albeit a virtual one, that gives our employees (furloughed or not) an opportunity to connect with one another.
Article | June 30, 2020
The impact of coronavirus (COVID-19) is being felt by businesses around the world. Leaders are expected to navigate a broad range of interrelated issues that compound, rather than replace, the challenges they already confronted in keeping their employees safe, healthy, and productive. To grow and perform, businesses will need to be ‘future-proofed’ and able to adapt to the upcoming changes we face in technology, consumer expectations, and ways of working. Whilst transformation can be daunting and difficult, it also represents a huge opportunity for businesses to focus on employee engagement and employee engagement KPIs (key performance indicators) to help them fully engage their workforce and unlock its full potential.
Article | June 12, 2020
The job market is daunting right now, especially for those who are new to it. To help recent grads and summer interns navigate this moment and prepare for the next normal, our publishing team has collected our best thinking on thriving in the workplace into a single guide.“We had never done this before,” explains Mike Borruso, a McKinsey executive editor. “Young people graduating from college or starting their first internship are now finding themselves in a very strange time, and we wanted to welcome them to the world of work with some helpful information.”The idea was hatched as many students were heading into finals and graduation season. In the spirit of the firm’s new agile publishing model, which has produced hundreds of coronavirus-related articles since March, the team pulled together the collection within 48 hours.
Article | July 21, 2020
It’s been a challenging time, but it has shed a clear light on things that need to change. The COVID-19 pandemic forced everyone to reject former routines and adopt new, socially distant ones. Protests that erupted worldwide following the murder of George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery, Breonna Taylor, and other Black Americans inspired calls for reform and brought systemic racism, police brutality, and white privilege to the forefront of the American psyche. Maybe—just maybe—these events could produce lasting, positive change.
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