Parents also assume apprenticeships are more prevalent in 'male' sectors
Governance needs to be about more than a set of rules. But behaviour is not easy to change, writes Simon Lee
HR magazine and CABA's roundtable event on building a holistic wellbeing strategy explored the energising element of challenge
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While women make up about 40% of the global workforce, only 15-25% of international assignees are women
In a new regular feature Nina Grunfeld presents a wellbeing series for HR professionals. It's time to focus on yourself
Steve Rockey, people director of Home Grown Hotels and Lime Wood Group, said honesty is the best policy
What does the Conservatives' 2017 manifesto mean for HR?
The path metaphor has reached its end. What's needed is one that conveys a career as made up of different threads
Ferrari's consortium approach to solving its digital challenges has benefitted multiple companies
Conservative manifesto to include uncompromising immigration message, while Lib Dems promise second EU referendum
While staffing levels are important, presenteeism creates a "false economy"
How the company turned around a low retention rate by going back to basics