Mental health is firmly on employers’ agendas. But are HRDs taking on too much while neglecting their own mental wellbeing?
Leadership is a vital skill in HR. But just what makes a great HR leader?
HR magazine speaks to the future leaders of the industry to discover the long-term trends they are planning to tackle in the years ahead
In a day full of drama, the 1922 Committee of the Conservative party voted by 200 to 117 against a no-confidence vote in Theresa May
Next April will see the introduction of payslip changes that will affect all employers
The BBC recently revealed that a third of people often feel lonely, and experts have warned of the potential mental and physical ill health consequences
While many aren't prepared for a four-day week, businesses support the idea of an afternoon off on a Wednesday, according to research from Kin&Co
The number of UK employees who feel they are not performing their best at work is higher than the European average
It's been an eventful year for HR-related issues hitting the headlines. Our 12 Days of Christmas countdown revisits each month's most notable happenings
The Royal Opera House has announced that it will appeal the High Court’s ruling in favour of a musician who suffered ‘acoustic shock’ during rehearsals
As the prime minister cancels the crucial MPs' vote on her Brexit deal, hiring concerns have mounted for businesses
As Christmas approaches organisations have a responsibility to educate staff about the dangers of heavy drinking