How to overcome post-pandemic HR sourcing challenges

The pandemic shone a spotlight on the importance of companies’ HR leaders, as organisations were presented with unprecedented challenges. But even as the recovery gathers pace, new challenges are...

Demand for fully remote roles spikes

The demand for fully remote roles rose 18% in July this year compared to June.

HR in demand in scramble for talent

Jobs in HR are on track to rise 13.5% this year compared with 2021.

Hot topic: Do employers need to take a stand on pronouns? Part two

Declaring pronouns at work has become more common, yet banking group Halifax received plenty of public backlash when it announced employees could wear name badges which included preferred pronouns.

More than a million key worker children to reach poverty in 2023

The number of children living in poverty in key worker households could reach 1.1 million by 2023, according to research from the Trades Union Congress (TUC).

How should you talk to employees about the cost-of-living crisis?

With soaring energy costs and high inflation making headlines in 2022, employees’ finances have never been so tight, and this is having a direct impact on employee wellbeing. T

Sky employee wins discrimination case against diversity officer

A Sky employee has won £14,000 in an employment tribunal after being told by her diversity officer colleague that she must have experienced discrimination because she is of Latino heritage.

Nine in 10 women want better health support at work

A new survey has found the majority of women think there should be more support in their workplace when it comes to female health issues.

HR Most Influential reader's guide

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Hot topic: Do employers need to take a stand on pronouns? Part one

Declaring pronouns at work has become more common, yet banking group Halifax received plenty of public backlash when it announced employees could wear name badges which included preferred pronouns.

Watch: How to use recognition to help employees thrive

The latest HR Lunchtime Debate exploring the link between wellbeing and recognition is now available to view on demand.

Use psychology to influence employee behaviour

Studies show that when people in the workplace are aware they want to influence others, the strategies they choose by default are not very effective. But HR professionals can learn a few tips from...