Our roundtable discussion, supported by Capita, explored the importance of analysing people data intelligently
Pay isn’t the only gender-related ‘gap’. It’s time to take a serious look at the issue of skills
Chief people officer Paula Leach explains how performance management has been overhauled to ensure a focus on raising performance
Recommendations for what businesses and the government can do to help employers realise the levy’s potential
To discover exactly what HR influence means Ashridge Business School interviewed our top three practitioners of 2016
In the UK 42% of marriages end in divorce, and HR has a key role to play in helping staff cope
EU nationals appear to have less faith in the competitiveness of the UK as a financial centre after Brexit
Could heightened awareness around H&W actually be driving stress levels higher?
To discover exactly what HR influence means, research partner Ashridge Business School interviewed our top three HR Most Influential practitioners of 2016
Auto-enrolment was introduced by the government in October 2012
It is tempting, but incorrect, to assume younger, technologically literate colleagues are well-versed in cyber security
Are employees refusing to engage in mediation before tribunals out of fear?
The academics and practitioners who make up our HR Most Influential rankings, sponsored by Open University Business School, are leading the way in what could be uncertain times