Peter Crush

Why co-working spaces are on the rise

The kinds of places people want to spend time in, and how HR can integrate workers’ preferences for these environments

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Credit where credit's due: HR at ClearScore

ClearScore’s chief people officer Kirstin Furber explains why she swapped life as an HRD at major media organisations to join the fledgling company

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Do we need a right to work reality check?

Lengthy right to work checking processes are causing businesses to lose out on key talent. Some may then be tempted to flout the rules

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Collaborative learning case studies

Three organisations share how they make collaborative learning methods work for them

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Everything you need to know about collaborative learning

Collaborative learning could help build bonds between teams and ensure knowledge is retained for longer

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Case study: Gateshead NHS Trust and psychology-based learning

Gateshead NHS Trust has used colours-based psychological profiling to reduce stress-related absence, improve workplace relationships, and teach staff more about themselves

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How HR keeps on trucking at Leyland Trucks

Leyland Trucks doesn't have problems with retention or skills shortages. But Brexit and diesel bans could be bumps in the road

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Engaging your gig workers

Engaging gig workers can be tricky. But this doesn't mean you shouldn't reach out

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HR tech travels: What can the UK learn from overseas?

Despite a certain reluctance to adopt HR tech in the UK, our global peers have no such qualms and provide inspiration for HR tech adoption back home

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The best cost-effective benefits

Think you need to splash the cash to great results? Not so. Perks can be cheap but very effective. Here are our pick of the best

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Move your HR career onwards and upwards, part two

January is the month of new beginnings, so what better time to assess your next career move?

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Are you boring your employees into leaving?

Attention spans are shortening, jobs becoming more repetitive, and boredom is rife. Should HR be worried?

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