The pandemic has widened inequalities between graduates that were privately educated and those that were state educated.
Over half (57%) of employees going through divorce feel inadequately supported at work and it is having an impact on retention.
HR magazine is excited to announce its next HR Lunchtime Debate about the roadmap out of lockdown: where next for HR?
Stress is the scourge of the modern workplace, but if coronavirus has taught us anything it’s that necessity is still the mother of invention.
As the climate crisis continues, there is mounting pressure on companies to showcase a commitment to sustainability. But how can HR respond through less environmentally damaging benefits?
The CIPD and Business in the Community (BITC) have issued new guidance to help employers meet the Race at Work Charter.
Almost a third (27%) of UK employees quit their job in the past year due to toxic workplace culture, according to HR software provider Breathe’s Culture Economy 2021 report.
Green credentials and sustainability initiatives are a good way of attracting top talent, according to a new study by sustainability consultancy Anthesis.
Creating a sense of belonging is about more than just celebrating differences in your organisation, it’s a question of authenticity.
Aegon HR chief Siobhan Martin’s commitment to helping others achieve all they can is driven by a desire to engage on a very human level and make the workplace a better place for everyone.
Like a flick of a light switch the world of work forever changed last year when employees were uprooted from their offices to remote working environments.
Over half (54%) of workers have found it harder to build relationships with colleagues while working from home.
Businesses lacking proper recruitment processes risk losing out on talented employees.
When the first lockdown was imposed, the Fennies people team knew it had to step up and implement a programme to ensure staff were on top of best practice and properly supported.