Organisational effectiveness

Roadmap out of lockdown: what HR can expect

It is over a year since the pandemic began and businesses are still looking to their people professionals for direction. However, this time it’s to steer them into whatever the ‘next normal’ phase of...

Celebrating our HR heroes: One year on, and what’s to come?

The end of March marks one year since the nation was ordered to stay at home following the coronavirus outbreak. It's fair to say that HR departments across the globe were thrown into a situation no...

HR calls for certainty on job support measures ahead of March Budget

Employers need a more long-term plan for job protection if HR is to efficiently adapt to the nation’s third lockdown, says the CIPD.

Isn’t it time you switched to electric?

With the climate emergency firmly on political and industrial agendas, plus some employees demonstrating a lack of willingness to jump on crowded commuter trains and buses, now may be the perfect time...

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Coronavirus pandemic has been a "heroic time" for HR, says Josh Bersin

HR has played a heroic role in what will continue to be a tough time for the job market and work environment, said HR analyst and academy owner Josh Bersin closing the second day of the CIPD’s annual...

How HR can make the most of EAPs

New analysis of the biggest ever data set on Employee Assistance Programme (EAP) usage, impact and financial returns in the UK shows an average return of £7.27 for every £1 spent.

Employee relations during organisational change

Learn how to evolve beyond crisis management and drive transformation. Selenity’s latest webinar discusses the strategic methods to track and analyse employee relations, delving into root causes and...

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Lessons from the C-Suite: Emma Vass

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Most in-demand skills for HR named in CIPD survey

Line manager coaching is a top priority for HR professionals when considering the future of the profession, according to the CIPD’s annual People Profession Survey

How HR leaders have responded to coronavirus

The coronavirus pandemic has meant HR leaders have had to step up to the challenging job of ensuring their company’s people are cared for.

HR needs to consider how employees will readjust to working together again

HR should already be thinking about how it will help employees bounce back and readjust to working together again, according to former cabinet minister Justine Greening.

HR may not have all the answers to the Coronavirus outbreak but being there is enough

What a month. It’s difficult to put into words the collective anxiety and unease we are all feeling at the moment.