How to get shadow payroll right 

The global mobility landscape has changed dramatically over the last four years. Following a period where technology-enabled remote working became the norm, everything looks very different for global...

Legal teams expect a rise in HR issues in 2023

Legal departments expect employment disputes and HR compliance matters to take up more of their time in 2023 than they did the year before.

CSR vs ESG – a battle between FDs and HR?

Corporate social responsibility has long been the realm of HR but now environmental social governance has risen in priority could sustainability become a tug-of-war with finance? Peter Crush explores

How Iceland’s rehabilitation director unlocks ex-offender recruitment

In 2022, Iceland appointed Paul Cowley its first ever director of rehabilitation, taking responsibility for the recruitment of ex-offenders across the business.

Tips for a successful post-acquisition integration

According to Harvard Business Review, between 70% and 90% of mergers and acquisitions fail. It’s a shocking number, and the one thing they all have in common is people. Mergers and acquisitions fail...

How can managers beat productivity paranoia?

Billionaire entrepreneur James Dyson made headlines this week as he slammed the right to work from home as 'economically illiterate' - but he's not alone in his productivity paranoia as many managers...

HR needs to prepare for further sackings in 2023

Mass redundancies at the likes of Twitter, and Amazon may have raised concerns about the fate of the jobs market, but will this continue into the new year? Sarah Ronan reports

Hot topic: Do you need to fire staff to take a business in a new direction?

Elon Musk’s takeover of Twitter wasn’t without controversy. After taking control, 4,000 employees were let go within his first week as the self-titled “chief twit,” or CEO, sought to take the company...

How to help employees eliminate perfectionism

Naturally in the workplace, employees strive to be perfect. Especially in HR teams where team members may fear that all eyes are on them as the thread that loops through every area of a company.

Why HR should prioritise digital accessibility

When it comes to attracting and retaining the best talent, HR professionals are continually looking for ways to ensure their organisation stands out from the crowd.


2023 predictions for UK immigration policy as skills shortages escalate

With approximately 1.2 million current job vacancies open, according to the Office for National Statistics (ONS), skills shortages are continuing to escalate, particularly in the care, science,...

Managing the upside-down: lessons from Stranger Things

As a leadership coach and practitioner, it is my privilege to work with leaders and leadership teams of all shapes and sizes. Many are looking for ways to achieve greater performance.