Internal communications

Women lose state pension legal battle

Women who were born in the 1950s will not be compensated for the money they missed out on when the state pension age was raised from 60 to 65

Fiona Deal: At home in the housing sector

Network Homes’ executive director of people and technology dominated the HR Excellence Awards this year for the second time – what's her secret to success?

Using poetry to engage staff in training

Poems can help make internal comms more memorable, and excite employees to help spread the message

Back to basics... Virtual meetings

Our back to basics series brings you top tips from industry experts on the bread and butter areas of HR

Brexit uncertainty causing stress and anxiety among staff

As wrangling over blocking a no-deal Brexit and Boris Johnson's plan to prorogue parliament continues, research shows staff are anxious about the impact of Brexit

Internal communications need to be rethought and reorganised

The internal communications function has endured a long and uphill struggle in its journey to acceptance as a respected strategic partner. Arguably it is still not there

The difficulties of speaking truth to power

What gets said, what doesn’t, and who is and isn’t listened to are vital to organisational success

Global case study: Vodafone's comms strategy

Vodafone wanted to make its internal communications two-way, less siloed, and more accessible for all employees. On top of this it needed to be at a global level too

Creating an open, inclusive and expressive workforce

The future workforce must be an equal one, considering the needs and experiences of all its people

WhatsApp in the workplace

Using WhatsApp for work can bring both advantages and disadvantages, so employers must stay on top of who is using it, when and why

HRD's pocket guide to... PR

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

Tax-free childcare scheme raises concerns

Two years in, the system intended to replace childcare vouchers is still being criticised as unwieldy and under-publicised, with some calling for reform

Internal communications