Human capital

Measuring change programmes' effectiveness

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

Pay ratios ineffective in tackling inequality feel employers

Employers and policymakers should be cautious in how they approach pay ratios as they could be too simplistic

How well do you really know your people?

Data has the power to transform customer relations. But isn’t it time it also transformed your relations with your own people?

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Gender pay gap: Six essential checks you need to make now

With only weeks to go until the gender pay gap (GPG) deadline, here are some urgent checks you should make before you publish

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Measuring leadership effectiveness

Measuring the effectiveness of leaders is nothing new, but should HR be looking beyond financial outputs?

Companies cannot avoid reporting on gender pay

What will happen to companies who fail to meet the deadline or whose disclosures are inadequate?

Employment law: What we learnt in 2017

As we all prepare for the year ahead it's a good time to reflect on what we learnt in 2017

Reporting on the gender pay gap

As the Bank of England reveals its gender pay gap, what do you need to consider when writing your report and accompanying narrative?

Quality of workforce reporting variable

Stability – how stable and secure the current workforce is – was a particularly neglected area

HR must combine the best of old and new

Some thoughts from not that very long ago might no longer be the ultimate answer they promised to be

Poor paperwork could worsen Brexit skills shortages

Sponsor licence research highlights that the state of many businesses’ paperwork risks licence revocation

How to prepare for pay equality reporting

Race and disability pay gap reporting could prove much more difficult than with gender reporting

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