Autumn statement: What HR needs to know

Chancellor Jeremy Hunt gave his Autumn Statement yesterday (22 November), prioritising reducing national insurance, boosting apprenticeships and getting people back to work.

What can managers learn from the downfall of WeWork?

WeWork became the poster child for a shared office industry riding two waves: excess capital and surging demand. The pandemic brought further disruption to the office model, with significantly more...

How reverse mentoring can help you understand and overcome team pressures

Reverse mentoring is an innovative approach that turns the traditional mentoring paradigm on its head.

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Labour shortage persists as employers turn to AI

The CIPD’s labour market outlook found 41% of employers are struggling to fill vacancies, with 24% planning to use automation to address them.

What you may have missed from day one of CIPD Ace 2023

The HR magazine team headed to Manchester for the CIPD’s annual conference (Ace) this week. Here’s what we learned on day one.  

HR Focus 2 'The Talent Mismatch' podcast now live

The second episode of HR magazine's HR Focus podcast has gone live.

Apprenticeships have plummeted since levy introduced

Apprenticeship starts have fallen by 31% in England since the apprenticeship levy was introduced, according to the CIPD.

HR Focus 2: The Talent Mismatch

In episode 2 of the HR Focus podcast, we look at the mismatch between the skills organisations need - and those they actually have.

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A million more workers aged over 65 than in 2000

The number of over-65s in the workforce has risen by almost a million people since the turn of the millennium, according to new analysis from charity the Centre for Ageing Better.

How creating a culture that supports time-blindness can benefit your business

Over the past few months conversations about time blindness, a condition related to attention deficit hyper activity disorder (ADHD), have exploded.

Inclusive interaction: addressing awkwardness around disability

The manner in which we interact and communicate in the workplace affects everything. It changes relationships, morale, productivity, management, and wellbeing.

How to make the Advanced British Standard a skilling success

Earlier this month, prime minister Rishi Sunak unveiled a new post-16 educational qualification to replace A-Levels in his speech at the Conservative Party conference.