Human capital

Work has been corrupted by performance metrics

Research over the past decade explains how performance metrics can lead to unintended and harmful outcomes in professional work

Employee data can create more questions than answers

Gathering as much data as possible isn't the key to understanding an organisation's health, according to employee measurement and insights lead at BP Laura Hammett

HRD's pocket guide to... renewable energy

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

Sadiq Khan publishes guide to tackling gender pay gap

The mayor of London has published a toolkit for employers as the latest data on gender pay in the city reveals a “varied picture”

Just one in five employers have plans to close gender pay gap

?The Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC) called on employers to outline their action plans ahead of next year’s reporting deadline

Employers should publish disability pay gaps, says TUC

The government's plans for a voluntary code to encourage employers to disclose disability pay gaps do not go far enough, according to the TUC

Measuring mental health intervention ROI

Talking about new attitudes to mental health may feel the right thing to do, but there needs to be hard numbers on return on investment

Companies may be forced to reveal ethnicity pay gaps

Prime minister Theresa May has launched a consultation around mandatory reporting as part of plans to help minorities in the workplace

Workers turning to AI to improve wellbeing and productivity

Tomorrow’s workforce will be more socially conscientious, and use technology to improve their productivity and health, according to research from Unum

Tackling gender pay at the BBC

Who could forget the scandal that broke when it came to light that a certain red-headed radio DJ was earning almost five times as much as his highest-paid female colleague?

Bridging the gender pay gap: Where now?

Many companies have been named and shamed for high gender pay gaps. We explore whether they're now doing enough to narrow their gaps

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

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

Human capital