Bek Frith

Young people worry employers judge their social class

Over a third of young people said they felt ethnicity is a factor in securing a job

News

HR business partner models are failing. So what next?

HR magazine asked academics at Henley Business School for their thoughts

News

Half say tech sector biased against women

Encouragingly, the study suggests those that recognise the gravity of the situation are taking steps to address it

News

HR business partner models fail to add strategic value, study says

While HRDs generally have good business knowledge those lower down are failing to add value

News

Only a third of high earners under 30 are women

It is concerning that the high earners gap exists across generations for womens

News

Prudential HRD: Apprenticeships require collaboration

Simon Moffatt, HRD at Prudential UK, explains why apprenticeships must be a joint effort

News

HR future leader of the month: Jan Lynegar

HR magazine speaks to the future leaders of the function about what they think will shape it

Features

A postcard from... Japan

Our 'postcard from' series keeps you updated on key HR areas in different countries

Features

Low-paid parents earn £1.96 an hour after childcare costs

Low-paid full-time workers can spend up to 45% of their disposable income on childcare

News

Wellbeing programmes not aligned with employee needs

Connecting benefits programmes with wider strategies around wellness can be key to promoting engagement

News

Wellbeing strategies on the rise

45% of UK companies currently have a wellbeing strategy in place, compared with less than a third in 2016

News

British workers unaware of state pension age increases

Large groups of varying ages didn't know about the rises to state pension age between 2018 and 2028

News