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COVID-19 | What would a COVID Plan B mean for employers?

While the government has not yet publicly suggested any move to ‘Plan B,’ experts from the Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation (JCVI) and the Scientific Advisory Group for Emergencies...

HR careers | Most HR professionals fulfilled by their careers

The majority (79%) of UK HR professionals have said that their career progression expectations have either been met or exceeded, rising by 6% since 2020.

Interview | How I got here: Tony Elliott, Robertson Group

Tony Elliott, group HR director at construction engineering firm Robertson Group, shares his tips for a successful career in HR.

D&I | Opening up the neurodiversity conversation in recruitment

Neurodiversity is often likened to an 'invisible disability, with many of its conditions being physically unnoticeable to the general population. This commonly means it receives less attention than...

Gig economy | More workers taking two full-time jobs in secret

Work from home rules have prompted a small but growing number of workers to take on two full-time roles.

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Most Influential | HR Most Influential 2021: who were our top practitioners and thinkers?

Last night HR magazine unveiled its 2021 HR Most Influential (HRMI) rankings at St Paul's Cathedral.

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HREx | HR Excellence awards 2021 shortlist announced

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HR magazine is delighted to reveal the shortlist for the 2021 HR Excellence Awards.

Editor's letter | People are your best asset - treat them with respect

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Over the course of this year, we have witnessed the country slowly go back to normal.

Vaccines | No jab no job adverts double in September

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The number of job adverts requiring applicants to be vaccinated spiked by 116% between August and September this year.

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Mental health | Employees encouraged to adopt mindfulness practices to improve wellbeing

A simple movement-based programme which encourages mindfulness while exercising has been shown to drastically increase workers’ mental wellbeing compared with exercising alone.

Q&A | Lessons from the C-suite: Anton Colella, Moore Global

The global CEO of accountancy and consultancy network Moore Global offers his leadership tips and his view of HR at the top.

Equality | Shared parental leave: The situation in higher education institutions 

Research reveals that the lack of employer support is a major factor behind why uptake of shared parental leave (SPL) is so low within UK higher education institutions (HEI). It’s been six years since...

Remuneration | Most UK workers don't think they're paid enough

Only four in ten (41%) UK workers think they are paid what they are worth, according to new research.

Inclusivity | Companies called to report flexible and hybrid working policies

Non-for-profit organisation the Work Foundation at Lancaster University has called on government to introduce mandatory flexible and hybrid working reporting.

Race | We all need to tackle racist bullying at work

We all want to feel valued at work. But not everyone is treated the same, and unfortunately it is becoming all too common for black, Asian and mixed-race employees to suffer bullying and harassment in...

Organisational culture | Downsizing in a downturn – does acting fast help you in the long run? Part two

Looking at downsizing and upsizing we focus on two important questions. One, are the antecedents of restructuring common across downsizing and upsizing? And two, are the performance consequences of...