Gabriella Jozwiak

Probation service HR managers facing 'unusual' challenge, says expert

Probation service HR mangers dealing with hundreds of staff appeals against reassignment face an unusual but not unprecedented situation over which they can have little say, an employee relations...

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Employer technophobia costing UK economy £30 billion a year

Employers’ failure to provide staff with efficiency-driving business tools is costing the UK £30 billion a year, according to research.

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Cass professor sceptical Rose can fix 'complex' NHS

A leading professor on leadership has questioned whether the appointment of former Marks & Spencer (M&S) chair Stuart Rose to review NHS leadership is a “publicity stunt”.

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HRDs warned over quality of pension schemes

HR directors need to “wake up” and ensure they offer good quality pensions as more employees take up workplace schemes through automatic-enrolment, a pensions expert has warned.

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NHS Employers boss Royles: 'Forget pride, let's learn from Rose'

Sceptics of the Government appointment of former Marks and Spencer (M&S) executive chairman to review leadership at the NHS should not let their pride get in the way of improvement, NHS Employers CEO...

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FTSE 100 bonuses rise faster than company performance

Almost half of FTSE 100 companies paid executive directors bonuses that grew at a faster rate than company performance over the past five years, a study suggests.

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Employment rate to slow in early 2014

Employment levels will grow sharply in the first quarter of 2014 but at a slower rate than at the end of 2013, a survey suggests.

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Female directors less likely to fill male directorships

Employers are less likely to appoint female directors if a vacant post was previously held by a man, research suggests.

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Increased use of technology demands closer attention to wellbeing, says Microsoft HRD

HR departments will need to increase health and wellbeing guidance for employees in the future as the use of new technologies in the workplace becomes more prevalent, Microsoft’s UK HR director has...

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More women than men applying for professional services positions

The number of women applying for jobs in professional services has overtaken the number of men for the first time, figures suggest.

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HR leaders challenge viability of Health and Work Service

The extent to which a new Government service set up to reduce long-term sickness absence can solve the problem has been questioned by HR experts.

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Six-year maternity call scrutinised

An employment lawyer has contested suggestions made by the only female chairman of a blue-chip British company that employers should allow women to take up to six years of maternity leave.

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