Why can't we collaborate to find talent?

Kevin Green, 03 Jul 2014

There is still a fair amount of animosity between recruitment consultants and agencies, but all parties...


Minimising the downsides of change

Jane Lewis, 02 Jul 2014

Organisational change is a difficult process at best, and can't succeed without company-wide buy-in....


Legal HR tips: Managing compassionate leave

Francesca Lopez, 01 Jul 2014

Manchester City midfielder Yaya Touré has reignited the debate about compassionate leave. He has accused...

10 tips for changing organisational culture

Martin Cook, 30 Jun 2014

As financial services' organisational culture comes under more scrutiny under the remit of the Financial...

Using wellbeing as an engagement tool

Andy Chappell, 27 Jun 2014

Managing a hospitality business worth £80 million, I know only too well the importance of staff engagement....

Are quotas the answer to the gender diversity problem?

Rachel Short, 26 Jun 2014

Cherie Blair, a QC and founder of the Cherie Blair Foundation for Women, has called for workplaces to...

Is private medical insurance still a benefit worth having?

Edmund Tirbutt, 25 Jun 2014

Will changes to private medical insurance (PMI) provision have any impact on the PMI market and those...

Changes to workers’ rights shouldn't make bosses complacent

Leanne Thomas, 25 Jun 2014

With sweeping changes to workers’ rights in England and Wales, Leanne Thomas, employment law specialist...

Five wellbeing lessons Britain can learn from Sweden

Christopher Pederson, 24 Jun 2014

Christopher Pedersen, managing director of Convini Food Solutions, details the top five wellbeing initiatives/benefits...

Managing employees with long-term illnesses

Gabriella Jozwiak, 24 Jun 2014

More people are living and working with long-term health conditions. What does this mean for HR departments?...

No room for workplace complacency despite 'green shoots'

Cary Cooper, 23 Jun 2014

In offices around the UK, there is an unmistakable optimism stirring. Summer is arriving and the World...

Can shared services provide a quality HR service?

Katie Jacobs, 23 Jun 2014

The popularity of shared services is rising rapidly across all sectors - but what does this mean for...

HR's role in helping employees save for retirement

Nigel McNeil, 20 Jun 2014

Many people are not saving enough for their retirement, and several high profile sources claim people...

Hellen Davis: What surprised me about HR magazine's health and wellbeing survey

Hellen Davis, 19 Jun 2014

Hellen Davis, CEO of Indaba, which provided our prize, explains why she found the results of the HR magazine...

Building a business case for change

Nick Laird, 18 Jun 2014

Nick Laird, CCO at Ceridian discusses some of the changes he is seeing in HR and wider business practice....

Why isn't wellbeing a boardroom issue?

Katie Jacobs, 18 Jun 2014

Research conducted by HR magazine reveals worrying trends in businesses’ attitude to wellbeing. Why...

Should obesity be considered a disability at work?

Sara Barrett, 17 Jun 2014

The European court will soon hear a case that could radically change equality and discrimination law....

Vineet Nayar: The topsy-turvy leader

Katie Jacobs, 16 Jun 2014

Vineet Nayar is one of India's most successful exports, thanks to his 'upside-down' management style....

The case for collaborative learning

Michael Moran, 16 Jun 2014

The way we design and structure training courses is in a state of flux as we move into the e-learning...

Pensions auto-enrolment: What SMEs can learn from larger companies

Clare Abrahams, 13 Jun 2014

Clare Abrahams, head of auto-enrolment (AE) at Lorica Employee Benefits shares the lessons she's learned...

In this issue: October 2014
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One giant leap: Business, government and education must step up to avoid a skills crisis


Icing on the cake: Gregg's talent recipe


Behind the story: Rebuilding trust at News UK


Beyond appraisals: Fixing performance management

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