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HR can make a huge difference in school governance

HR's role in the school sector is weak, far behind many other public service organisations

It’s time to crown 2020’s HRD of the year

HR magazine is calling for nominations for the 2020 HR Excellence Awards HR Director of the Year shortlist

Is HR a hypocrite when it comes to D&I?

With CIPD data showing the HR profession is overwhelmingly female, white and straight, is HR itself walking the talk on diversity and inclusion?

Cabinet Office seeks HR policy lead

Downing Street is recruiting an HR chief to oversee human resources policy for ministerial special advisers

HR future leader of the month: Ralph Coulson

HR magazine speaks to the future leaders of the industry to discover what makes them tick


Lessons from the C-suite: Rob Jupp

The experience and skillset of an HRD can be a little narrow

HRD's pocket guide to... auditing

The HRD’s pocket guide series offers an explanation of areas outside day-to-day HR that business-savvy HRDs need to have a handle on

Set intentions, not resolutions

In this series of wellbeing columns Karen Beaven offers advice to others in HR

HRs care more for people than profit

HR leaders care more about people than the business, according to findings from the 2019 Global Human Resources Survey

The need for HR expertise at start-ups

What is the appeal to HRDs of joining investor-backed start-up ventures and what should they look out for?

7 January the busiest day for job applications

January, and in particular today (7 January), is set to be the busiest month for job applications, according to Glassdoor

Setting intentions instead of resolutions

In this series of wellbeing columns, Karen Beaven offers advice to others in HR

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