Evidence-based HR

The key lessons HR leaders should learn from COVID-19

Coronavirus has impacted and will continue to impact the workplace in many ways, from the office layout, having more remote workers and tech-savvy employees, to an increased awareness and openness...

CIPD's Festival of Work 2020

The CIPD's Festival of Work switched to a virtual conference for 2020 in light of the coronavirus pandemic.

Features

The hidden impact of coronavirus HR needs to understand

The HR profession has been under significant pressure to respond to COVID- 19 quickly in so many ways, from enabling remote working and introducing layoffs to developing safe return strategies.

HR could benefit from approaching remote working by personality

Working from home under lockdown is challenging for HR and employees. Yet, much of the rhetoric surrounding how to cope with and cater to a more remote workforce is only suitable for certain...

HR community helps set up fast-track careworker scheme in London

A new scheme has been set up with the help of the HR community in just two weeks to recruit, train and deploy care workers into London’s boroughs to help tackle the impacts of coronavirus.

Self-management and flexible working have never been more important

In the last month or so, the working world has been completely upended for billions of people.

Network shortages during lockdown may make some people feel more isolated

Over the last fortnight, the COVID-19 crisis has forced organisations to suddenly shift their employees from working in the office to working from home.

The line between marketing and research has blurred

?We seem to be having a problem with truth in much of the Western world, and that includes HR

Kiren Vadher: We need evidence-based family-friendly policies at work

Recording data around flexible working and family-friendly policies is crucial to tackling inequality in the workplace and reducing the gender pay gap

What do people mean when they call HR soft and fluffy?

This perennial accusation is paradoxically a pretty vague one, and has multiple meanings

HRMI 2018: Mee-Yan Cheung-Judge tops list of influential thinkers

Last night HR magazine unveiled its Most Influential rankings at Claridge's hotel

Measuring change programmes' effectiveness

Tosca Bruno-van Vijfeijken and Richard Eastmond talk measuring change programme effectiveness