What's the evidence for... Evidence-based HR?

Rob Briner, 14 Jan 2015

In the first of a series of columns, Rob Briner, professor of organisational psychology at Bath University’s...


Evidence-based HR in practice

Katie Jacobs, 13 Jan 2015

Maxime Loose, internal HR and OD consultant at the Government of Flanders, shares how he has used evidence-based...


Reshaping employee benefits in 2015

Andy Philpott , 13 Jan 2015

According to Edenred's annual benefits provision research, the year ahead will see a major overhaul in...

Evidence-based HR: Under the microscope

Katie Jacobs, 12 Jan 2015

The evidence-based management movement has HR in its sight. But is the profession willing or able to...

Informed and engaged employees impact performance

Rich Webley, 09 Jan 2015

Recent research from Hay Group, derived from their database of 7 million employees globally, provides...

Dean Royles: Why I’m doing dry January

Dean Royles, 08 Jan 2015

I really hope I don’t sound like a killjoy. I know many people like a drink now and again, but it’s...

How to do a senior HR role part-time

Karen Mattison, 08 Jan 2015

Timewise director Karen Mattison gives her tips on making a senior HR role successful on a flexible basis....

Why you need a bespoke whistleblowing policy

Nicholas Robertson, 07 Jan 2015

The whistleblowing legislation in the UK does not require employers to have a whistleblowing policy in...

Can you be a part-time HR director?

Katie Jacobs, 07 Jan 2015

Does working part-time hinder career development? Two HR directors who work part-time share their views....

HR magazine's predictions for 2015

Arvind Hickman, 06 Jan 2015

It's clear 2015 offers many challenges and opportunities for the HR profession. HR magazine editor Arvind...

Predictions for cloud-based business in 2015

Greg Bohlen, 06 Jan 2015

Greg Bohlen, strategy practice lead at Appirio shares his predictions for cloud and CRM tools in 2015....

What CEOs want from HR directors

Katie Jacobs, 06 Jan 2015

Don't spend your time guessing what your CEO wants from the HR function. Here are the attributes top...

How to be a great NED

Katie Jacobs, 05 Jan 2015

NED roles for HR professionals benefit both the individual and the board. We asked a chairman and an...

Employment law: What's in store for 2015?

Simon Rice-Birchall, 05 Jan 2015

Simon Rice-Birchall, a partner at law firm Eversheds, shares his employment law predictions for 2015....

Why more HR directors are taking on NED roles

Katie Jacobs, 05 Jan 2015

HR directors are quietly increasing their board presence and experience, with more and more taking on...

It's been a big year for employment law: 2014 review

Nina Robinson, 29 Dec 2014

The ever changing legal landscape in the field of employment and human resources has had another bumper...

HR directors must point out irrational leadership decisions

David Fairhurst, 22 Dec 2014

December is the month where we pause to assess the year ahead. When you look at predictions from a whole...

How the obesity ruling affects employers

Beverley Sunderland, 19 Dec 2014

It would be easy to think that an employer can discriminate on the grounds of obesity after reading some...

The shadow side of business

Erik De Haan, 19 Dec 2014

Senior executives need a particular set of skills to push themselves and others to succeed. But under...

Improving candidate experience is a win-win

Lucy Beaumont, 18 Dec 2014

Eighty per cent of senior HR and procurement professionals do not regard the candidate experience as...

In this issue: May 2015
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Going steady: With the economy improving, can you remember how to lead HR in an upturn?

National treasure: Leading HR in the NHS

Happily ever after: The future of employee engagement

Cream of the crop: The HR Excellence Awards 2015 shortlist

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