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Updating legacy HR at Lloyd's of London

Lloyd’s of London is a 300-year-old insurance institution and has the legacy processes and attitudes to show for it

HR future leader of the month: Alice Williams

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

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Lessons from the C-suite: Jonathan Rowe, nCino

Your organisation’s culture and core values must be authentic

Matthew Taylor in conversation with Paul Pomroy

In a new series the RSA chief executive grills business brains on pressing employment and social issues

Claire Gore profile: HR at LNWH NHS Trust

To tackle the shortage of doctors one NHS Trust is upskilling from within, as well as developing leadership training to retain the talent it’s got

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

The 12 months of 2018: July

It's been an eventful year for HR-related issues hitting the headlines. Our 12 Days of Christmas countdown revisits each month's most notable happenings

The 12 months of 2018: April

It's been an eventful year for HR-related issues hitting the headlines. Our 12 Days of Christmas countdown revisits each month's most notable happenings

HR takes centre stage at the Royal Shakespeare Company

Its HRD Jo Pitman wants to see a workforce as diverse as its performances, and HR has a leading role in achieving that

Dealing with a personal breakdown: One HRD’s story

It’s fair to say that I didn’t think anything was wrong and that I didn’t need help

HR's role in ethical banking at Coventry Building Society

‘The Cov's’ HRD Lucy Becque says the organisation is the most ethical place she’s worked, and the HR team plays a major part in that

Credit where credit's due: HR at ClearScore

ClearScore’s chief people officer Kirstin Furber explains why she swapped life as an HRD at major media organisations to join the fledgling company

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