Jenny Roper

Humane management case study: The public sector organisation

In her new book Vlatka Hlupic provides case studies to prove that humane management is not just a nice to have. We take a look at some of those organisations included

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Take our 'How future-proof is HR?' assessment

?Predicting what tomorrow’s world of work will look like has become even tougher in recent years

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Humane resources: Interview with Vlatka Hlupic

Vlatka Hlupic hopes her new book will provide the evidence the business world needs that humane management is not just a nice to have, but a necessity

Features

Take our 'How future-proof is HR?' assessment

HR magazine has launched a research project to find out whether today's HR business partners have the attributes needed to lead HR in tomorrow's world

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Tania Garrett, senior director employee experience EMEA, Adobe

Tania joined the EMEA Employee Experience Team at Adobe in May 2016

People

Helena Morrissey, Author and founder, 30% Club

?Morrissey started her career in New York with Schroder Capital Management

People

Rosemary McGinness, chief people officer, The Weir Group

Rosemary McGinness is a commercially-focussed HR leader who has worked across several sectors including hospitality, business process outsourcing, consumer goods and manufacturing

People

Meghan Biro, strategist analyst, author and speaker

?Meghan M. Biro is a globally recognised HR technology analyst, author, speaker and brand strategist

People

Rachel Brace, HR director, the Football Association

Rachel Brace has more than 20 years’ experience in HR

People

Stephen Bevan, Director, employer research and consultancy, Institute for Employment Studies (IES)

?Stephen Bevan is director of employer research and consultancy at IES.

People

Using analytics to predict future talent loss

How to use retirement analytics to predict the future shape of the workforce

Insights

Many using commutes as work email time

Sending work emails while commuting could be a sign of work/life imbalance, but the issue isn't always clear cut

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