Katie Jacobs

Home secretary announces crackdown on work visas

Companies may also be made to reveal how many international workers they have on their payroll


Goodbye pyramid, hello networked organisation

KCOM's CEO and chief people officer explain why we need to ditch pyramid hierarchies for ultra-connected organisations


How public sector association Boundless became more 'human'

Boundless was haemorrhaging money and ruled by a culture of fear. A people-centric approach has changed all that


How can HR realise people's potential?

Kate Bowman and Dan Lucy pin down what potential really is and how to spot it


Why aren't we hiring flexibly?

Demand for flexible working is on the rise but flexible job adverts are few and far between


Not enough objectivity in C-suite hires, says leading academic

C-suite hiring failures can be costly, yet boards often aren't objective enough


Behind the scenes at HR Most Influential

Editor Katie Jacobs explains the 2016 Most Influential process


Government committee launches inquiry into corporate governance

MPs are looking for evidence on executive pay and boardroom diversity


Care workers sue over not being paid minimum wage

UNISON is taking a local council and care provider to court over failing to pay the minimum wage


Investment banks “lagging behind” others in the City for social mobility

A government report says young people from working class backgrounds are being locked out of banking jobs


When is a business not a business? HR at Regent's University

Regent’s University’s HRD explains how it is coping with Brexit and other people-related challenges


Youth unemployment could hold back ‘inclusive growth’

Youth unemployment remains high in certain regions and sectors across the UK