Peter Crush

Glassdoor: Honest resource or troll's paradise?

Some HR professionals embrace Glassdoor, others think it's a risk. Who is right?

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Grande careers at Starbucks

Starbucks isn't just somewhere to work while you're waiting for something better, and its HRD wants to prove that

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Does self-service really save time?

Despite the boon to employee autonomy, HR must be careful not to streamline itself out of existence

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Introducing 'activity-based' working

From de-cluttering to redesigning meeting areas, we explore how companies are maximising space AND productivity

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Boosting productivity through workplace design

From de-cluttering to redesigning meeting space, we explore how companies are maximising space AND productivity

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Inspire employees by changing your space

From de-cluttering to redesigning meeting rooms, we explore how companies are maximising space AND productivity

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Creative incentives and motivation strategies for the third sector

Third sector organisations have fewer resources to play with when it comes to motivating staff, so here are some innovative strategies they can use to their advantage

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Nine lessons from the UK's healthiest workplaces

Want to make your health and wellbeing strategy innovative and unique? Here's what some of the most forward-thinking firms are using to keep their people happy and healthy.

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Making a success of relocation

So you're moving countries. How to make a success of relocating

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Mental health should be "critical aim" for businesses

Maximising the mental health of staff should be the “critical aim of businesses,” Stephen Bevan, director of the Centre for Workforce Effectiveness at the Work Foundation, has said.

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Cooper: Engagement programmes have had no impact on wellbeing

Most employee engagement programmes have had no impact on staff health and wellbeing, according to Cary Cooper, professor of organisational psychology and health at Lancaster University Management...

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Lucy Adams and the school of hard knocks

In 2013, Lucy Adams became the face of the BBC payoff scandal. In an exclusive interview she explains why, after a year away, she's back fighting.

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