The sacking of the former home secretary did not come as a shock to many. Throughout her time in office, Suella Braverman has been a divisive force.
The issue involves a global brand relying on its management and franchisees to maintain the culture and behaviour the ‘golden arches’ deserves and has worked hard to build and develop.
The HR magazine team headed to Manchester for the CIPD’s annual conference (Ace) this week. Here’s what we learned on day one.
Over the past few months conversations about time blindness, a condition related to attention deficit hyper activity disorder (ADHD), have exploded.
While diversity and inclusion has come to the forefront of public consciousness in recent years, a focus on budget cuts has had an unfortunate and disproportionate impact on DEI strategy in the past...
A large proportion (40%) of CEOs don’t think their company will be viable in a decade if they continue to operate as they currently do.
Noam Chomsky once said: “A language is not just words. It’s a culture, a tradition, a unification of a community, a whole history that creates what a community is. It’s all embodied in a language.”
Psychological safety is the key to improved innovation, problem-solving and productivity, according to Brittany Schmaling, principal data analyst at HR software company Dayforce.
Traditionally, baby bonding leave consists of time and money. The amount of time and money depends on the company policy of course and employers have been praised when they increase these.
The John Lewis Partnership hit the headlines this week with the news that Dame Sharon White, the chair, would not be seeking a second term. This makes her term as chair the shortest in John Lewis’s...
Since the 2008/2009 recession, the increase in UK productivity has slowed. As one of the most important factors in determining living standards, productivity is a key focus within UK businesses.