The Women and Equalities Committee has warned that the government is not effectively tackling the structural causes of the gender pay gap
We now have at least four generations in the workplace, but do they really want different things from their development?
Lloyds' decision to ban drinking during work hours has drawn much attention, but what is the law?
Scientific approaches to executive hiring are too generic, argues Henley's Andrew Kakabadse
Organisations must respond to the prominent role contingent workers are expected to play in future business
Executive search processes lack rigour, often resulting in sub-par costly appointments. A combination of art and science is needed for C-suite hires
However, UK employees are significantly less interested in overseas opportunities
Finance executives were found to work on average 23 weekends a year
Most organisations with strong coaching cultures use a hybrid method utilising external and internal coaches
In a new regular feature Nina Grunfeld presents a wellbeing series for HR professionals. It's time to focus on yourself
The CIPD and High Pay Centre have made several recommendations to the government around executive pay
Lack of sleep is costing the UK economy more than £1 billion in annual revenue because of days taken off sick
Four in 10 (40%) workers will be self-employed by 2020, so HR must be prepared