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Number of trans-related employment tribunals increases

Employment disputes relating to alleged discrimination against transgender employees have more than doubled in the past year.

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Chief people officer one of fastest growing jobs in UK

Chief people office (CPO) is one of the fastest growing job titles over the past five years, according to research from LinkedIn.

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Consultation on holiday pay for temp, part-time and zero-hours workers launched

The UK government has launched a consultation into how holiday pay is calculated for temporary, part-time and zero-hours workers.

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Glassdoor announces its Top 50 UK Best Places to Work 2023

Glassdoor has announced its top UK companies to work for, with management consultants Bain & Company topping the list for the first time, followed by software provider ServiceNow and Google.

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Why does it feel like everyone is going on strike? Part two

Industrial action is on the rise again, across a range of sectors, and HR has a crucial role to play in helping employers and employees alike mitigate its effects, finds Jo Gallacher

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Why does it feel like everyone is going on strike?

Industrial action is on the rise again, across a range of sectors, and HR has a crucial role to play in helping employers and employees alike mitigate its effects, finds Jo Gallacher

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Will 2023 bring an end to strikes and workplace unrest?

Workers’ rights is a topic that graces the pages of HR magazine often. Of course, they will always be paramount to the business leaders who flick through our pages, but on top of that, there’s a...

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Banking on good intentions: Monzo people experience director, Tara Ryan

Since its earliest days as a start-up, app-based bank Monzo has been seeking to do things differently, including redefining what it means to be a responsible employer, finds Jo Gallacher

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Change is in the air for HR

Nearly 50 years ago Sam Cooke first told the world A Change Is Gonna Come. And he wasn’t wrong.

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Playing a dangerous game: why are we so stressed at work? Part two

HR must create a psychologically safe working environment to encourage employees to talk, reflect and explore their feelings following the stress and anxiety of recent years, finds Jo Gallacher

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Playing a dangerous game: why are we so stressed at work? Part one

HR must create a psychologically safe working environment to encourage employees to talk, reflect and explore their feelings following the stress and anxiety of recent years, finds Jo Gallacher

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HR must step up to the climate challenge

England is traditionally not very good at breaking records. Our football team never seems to lift the trophy (until this year), our transport links aren’t always on time and our happiness levels…...

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