HR careers

A postcard from... Mexico

Our 'postcard from' series keeps you updated on key HR areas in different countries

Reinvent your New Year's resolutions by starting now

Many resolve to improve aspects of their work and personal lives come the new year. But setting out our goals a few weeks ahead allows more room for focus and for a design-thinking approach

Leading from the inside out: The inner work

What about measuring the inner workings of people? Could this hold the key to delivering even greater output and profit?

From HR leader to the C-suite: Developing strategic awareness

To develop your career beyond HR you need to demonstrate wider capabilities

Creative thinking needs a time and a place

Too many executives remain tethered to traditional workspaces when they need to be in more creative settings

A postcard from... Vietnam

Our 'postcard from' series keeps you updated on key HR areas in different countries

CIPD annual conference round-up: Day one

What the HR magazine team learned on day one of the CIPD Annual Conference and Exhibition

Traditional HR is dead

It is the 21st century and old HR has become outdated, but HR’s way of doing things is not evolving

HRs fulfilled by careers but fear skills mismatch

?Many HR practitioners feel their current skillset doesn’t match the demands of their role, according to research by the CIPD

How to succeed in HR: HRDs' top tips

Three HR professionals share their top career tips


HR future leader of the month: Gary Jamieson

HR magazine speaks to the future leaders of the industry to discover the long-term trends they are planning to tackle in the years ahead


HR is about both "the soft side and the hard side"

HR magazine's Most Influential Thinker of 2018, Mee Yan Cheung-Judge, spoke at the annual HR Most Influential rankings unveiling

HR careers