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Is HR consultancy the answer to the work/life balance challenge?

For a new series of columns we're asking HR professionals to help get the conversation going on HR's own mental health by sharing their personal experiences

HR future leader of the month: Alice Williams

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

Features

How to beat imposter syndrome

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

How to develop your resilience as an HRD

Emotional resilience describes where you are aware of your own needs and responses and prioritise these in situations where you're feeling tested

HRD's pocket guide to... devolution

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

GDPR and new systems boost demand for junior HR staff

Demand for junior HR staff has grown, but businesses will need to make changes to attract and retain

HR directors who've written books

Increasing numbers of HR professionals are putting their experiences on paper. Here's how to overcome writer’s block and get published

HR future leader of the month: Jorda Haile

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

Features

Spotting your mental health red flags

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

Check out our new LinkedIn page!

?HR magazine has launched a brand-new LinkedIn page – the perfect place for you to keep up to date with the latest news, features and comment appearing at hrmagazine.co.uk

News

How to make ideas happen by inspiring your team

To ensure your strategies are a success there are three key areas to take note of

Food for thought: HR at Kerry Foods

Kerry Foods’ staff were very loyal, but the business needed a collective people agenda to continue entrepreneurial growth

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