Create a cohesive, diverse growth culture that thrives in a distributed setup

It’s no secret that rapid business growth comes with its own set of HR complications, not least aligning an expanding team towards a common goal.

Showing hesitant employees the benefit of relocation

Being paid to relocate your professional and personal life to another part of the world may seem like a dream come true for many, and employers today certainly recognise this.

Using global mobility to navigate the skills gap

For businesses with an eye on growth, skills-based hiring will play a significant role in talent management in 2024, as the rapidly evolving job market demands individuals who can quickly adapt to...

Employee mental health: an international problem with a local solution

Supporting mental health is generally understood in the UK to be a key element in employee health and wellbeing. However, attitudes towards mental health differ around the world.

New migration rules will worsen labour shortages

Measures set by government designed to cut migration are likely to exacerbate labour shortages, particularly in the care and hospitality sectors, according to experts.

UK being left behind in the tech talent race due to outdated visa system

The contest to attract tech talent is fiercer than ever. Despite the recent economic slowdown and many businesses contending with the prospect of layoffs, the demand for tech professionals is rising.

Improvise, adapt, overcome: HR in the Ukrainian war

After the brutal invasion of Ukraine, HR magazine reporter Millicent Machell finds out how one of the country’s largest business groups used HR as a survival superpower

The importance of safeguarding LGBT+ business travellers

Over the last 20 years, there has been remarkable global progress in LGBT+ rights, paving the way for greater inclusivity and diversity in many parts of the world.

Fines for businesses employing illegal migrants to triple

Fines for businesses that knowingly employ illegal migrants are set to triple from their current rate at the start of 2024 following new rules announced by the government on 7 August.

Relocating your employees? Don’t compromise on sustainability

Sustainability has soared to the top of the business agenda across the globe.

Government’s reactive approach to immigration is stymying growth

On 17 July 2023, the Home Office announced that it is relaxing visa requirements for construction workers. Various roles within the construction sector, including plasterers, carpenters, joiners,...

Upgrade the passport system to unlock global talent

A study from The Learning and Work Institute suggests skills shortages will cost the UK £120 billion by 2030.