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HR Lunchtime Debate | Risky business: now is the time to make risk management part of company culture

The pandemic, and the far-reaching repercussions it has had on the world of work, should prompt businesses to update risk management policies and procedures as they look to a future beyond COVID,...

2020's best people-focused workplace design: Financial Services Compensation Scheme

Starting in 2018, the facilities team at the Financial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS) ran a consultation programme with employees to understand what they needed to work at their best.

Training | Apprenticeships are key to saving generation COVID

There’s no question about it – when it comes to the job market, it’s young workers who are bearing the brunt of the economic decline. For those who have recently entered the workforce, or are poised...

Profile interview | Sticking to the fundamentals: Helen Giles, HR lead at homelessness charity St Mungo's

Helen Giles’ home in Leytonstone, East London is a treasure trove of collectors’ items. Via Zoom she shows a cabinet of vintage kitchenalia; Black Cat and Players cigarette machines on the wall; a...

2020 best health and wellbeing strategy: NatWest Group

In February 2020, the Royal Bank of Scotland Group (RBS), a subsidiary of NatWest Group, set out a new commitment to become a purpose-led organisation.

L&D | Best learning and development strategy 2020: Swiss Re & Jardine Motors

There were two winners of this award this year, such was the strength of the entrants.

How I got here: Louise Hollywood, Pinsent Masons

Louise Hollywood, head of group HR at law firm Pinsent Masons, gives her tips for a successful career in HR.

2020’s best diversity & inclusion strategy: The Financial Ombudsman Service

The Financial Ombudsman Service (FOS) has been on a journey to ensure that diversity and inclusion is embedded in everything that it does.

HR future leader of the month: Sarah Cousins, British Heart Foundation

HR magazine speaks to the future leaders of the industry to discover what makes them tick.

Labels | Is using umbrella terms such as BAME, LGBT+ and disabled hindering inclusion efforts?

Does HR’s way of categorising employees improve inclusivity or create further divides? Jo Gallacher asks in this issue’s cover story.

HR magazine names 2020 people-focused CEO of the year

Founded in 1852, construction company Willmott Dixon is now led by its fifth generation of the Willmott Family.

2020’s best recruitment strategy: NHS Blood and Transplant

In response to the COVID-19 Crisis, NHS Blood and Transplant (NHSBT) was mandated by the government in March 2020 to collect convalescent plasma to support trialling a promising new treatment for...