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Daniel Gallo – Keeping McLaren in pole position for Formula 1 and beyond

The Formula 1 leader board may be dominated by rivals, but McLaren Racing is accelerating up the employer standings, thanks to people lead Daniel Gallo, says Jo Gallacher

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HR's wellbeing needs to become a business priority

Whenever HR magazine posts a piece regarding wellbeing or burnout in the HR profession, it always shoots to the top of our ‘most read’.

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Post-Brexit restrictions failing to plug low skilled vacancy gap

Post-Brexit restrictions on hiring migrant workers have not led to employers investing more in the recruitment and training of UK workers for low-skilled jobs.

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It's time to give back to working carers

Unsung heroes are a trope I didn’t think I’d ever be referencing. As a journalist, I’m somewhat opposed to any kind of buzzword as I find them lazy and reductive (looking at you, quiet quitting). But...

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The chaos of unpaid caring while in employment, part two

With more and more of us taking on carer responsibilities, it’s time for HR to help develop working practices that work for all, says Jo Gallacher

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The chaos of unpaid caring while in employment, part one

With more and more of us taking on carer responsibilities, it’s time for HR to help develop working practices that work for all, says Jo Gallacher

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Does perfectionism damage leadership?

Are we setting ourselves up for failure by expecting perfection from our leaders?

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Keep HR on brand by changing with the times: Carol-Ann White, Landor & Fitch

Heading up a small but powerful people team, Landor & Fitch's HR director reveals to Jo Gallacher the secrets of her success, most recently in scoring twice at the HR Excellence Awards.

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Automation top investment priority for business in next two years

Digital workplace tools and automation are one of the top investment priorities for companies over the next two years, according to new research.

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HR struggling to get grip on data amid workforce challenges

UK organisations are struggling to get a grip on people data despite significant workforce challenges, the CIPD has warned.

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Ethnic minority workers failing to take up workplace pensions

Just 25% of workers from ethnic minorities have a workplace pension, well below the national rate of 38%.

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Businesses face record recruitment difficulties

UK firms are facing the highest level of recruitment difficulties on record, according to new British Chambers of Commerce (BCC) research.

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