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Fighting for talent in a competitive job market

Panellists for HR magazine's upcoming Lunchtime Debate, fighting for talent in a competitive job market, have been announced.

Fighting for talent in a competitive job market: New HR Lunchtime Debate

Don’t miss our webinar on how organisations should navigate the competitive post-pandemic job market, in partnership with Eightfold on Tuesday 29 July.

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How can HR prepare businesses for change?

Post lockdown the world of work has the potential to change forever – and for the better. But to make it happen, HR needs to be bold and provide organisations with the right foresight.

Emma Leonis, LACE Partners, joins HR Lunchtime Debate on building trust

Emma Leonis, executive director for HR transformation at LACE Partners, has joined HR magazine's upcoming Lunchtime Debate: Laying the foundation for a workplace that works for all.

Speakers added to new webinar: Laying the foundation for a workplace that works for all

Carol Frost, chief people officer at Metro Bank and Jo North, head of HR, people and engagement at giffgaff have joined the HR's magazine's upcoming Lunchtime Debate.

Creating a sense of belonging at work

Building a business culture that workers genuinely feel they belong within requires more than half-hearted initiatives, according to our HR Lunchtime Debate panel – belonging must be built in at...

Roadmap out of lockdown: where next for HR? Questions answered

As the UK ploughs forward on its roadmap out of lockdown, HR leaders will be transitioning to the next stage of recovery – shaping working practices not just for survival but for the long term.

Laying the foundation for a workplace that works for all: new HR Lunchtime Debate

Don’t miss our webinar on creating a human-centric workplace, in parternship with CultureAmp on Tuesday 29 June.

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Latest HR Lunchtime Debate on the roadmap out of lockdown is now available on demand

The coronavirus pandemic has made employers rethink the flexibility they offer employees and how they can utilise it to bring people back to work.

Rupert McNeil joins the next HR Lunchtime Debate

Rupert McNeil, UK government chief people officer, will join HR magazine's next Lunchtime Debate on the roadmap out of lockdown: where next for HR?

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Vicky Robinson joins the next HR Lunchtime Debate

Vicky Robinson, workforce strategy and culture leader at PwC, will join HR magazine's next Lunchtime Debate on the roadmap out of lockdown: where next for HR?

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Marshah Dixon-Terry joins the next HR Lunchtime Debate

Marshah Dixon-Terry, career and leadership coach and organisational development consultant, will join HR magazine's next Lunchtime Debate about the roadmap out of lockdown: where next for HR?

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