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Wellbeing | How to jointly tackle employee mental and musculoskeletal health

Supporting the mental and musculoskeletal (MSK) health of their workforce should be a top priority for all employers. Together, these conditions are the leading causes of workplace absence, and...

Neurodiversity | What it takes to be a neurodiverse leader

How can organisations support neurodiverse people into leadership roles?

Skills | The benefits of VR training

HR Exchange Network reports that 68% of employees view training as a company’s most important policy.

Employment law | Forced return to work carries legal risks

Leaders who are considering mandating a full-time return to the office, inspired by Dell's move in the US, need to carefully navigate the legal risks.

Communication | How to communicate with a team in times of rapid change

How should HR leaders communicate with employees who are experiencing change fatigue?

Wellbeing | Why loneliness is the next health epidemic and how adapting workspaces can help

There’s a new global health threat on the scene. The World Health Organisation declared loneliness a pressing global health threat last November, and it’s a threat with mortality effects equivalent to...

L&D | How HR professionals can build a culture of lifelong learning

Could a culture of continuous learning tackle the biggest obstacle to workplace learning and development (L&D)?

Employment law | IR35 legislation change will help HR hire much-needed talent

Thanks to a legislative fix to the UK’s off-payroll working rules (IR35), HR can take a less risk-averse approach, and return to using freelancers.

International working | How increasing globalisation in the workplace is changing the role of HR managers

As the world becomes increasingly globalised, we find ourselves working together but separately in a large yet small, digitally-connected world. The unexpected events of the last few years, notably...

International Women's Day | The importance of HR initiatives in supporting women in leadership 

Less than a third of leadership positions are held by women, LinkedIn data suggests. According to the World Economic Forum, it will take around 140 years to close that gap completely.  

D&I | Combating microaggressions: how C-suite leadership can foster inclusion

When it comes to the workplace, employers should be aware that building the principles of diversity, equity and inclusion contributes to employees’ sense of belonging within the organisation....

Religious observance | How HR leaders can be inclusive for employees observing Ramadan

A well-balanced workforce should reflect the diversity of society, and that means leaders should accommodate the needs of every religion and culture.