Marshah Dixon-Terry, career and leadership coach and organisational development consultant, will join HR magazine's next Lunchtime Debate about the roadmap out of lockdown: where next for HR?
Over half (56%) of UK businesses have improved their work culture to focus on wellbeing and flexibility since the start of the pandemic.
The majority (89%) of employees said sorting through an inbox of unopened emails is one of the most unpleasant parts of working remotely.
A new report by the Resolution Foundation has found the cost of being made redundant is especially high for older workers.
Work-life balance charity Working Families has announced the shortlist for its 2021 Best Practice Awards.
According to the Trades Union Congress (TUC) over 400,000 people suffer from stress-related illnesses at work each year, yet stress is not yet recognised as an occupational illness. Is it time this...
The CIPD has urged employers to address high levels of presenteeism as it threatens to worsen the UK's ‘always on’ work culture.
Employees are dissatisfied with the amount of employer recognition they are getting during the pandemic.
HR teams must be aware placing employees on the furlough scheme for long periods of time risks causing fractures in the workforce.
The pandemic has widened inequalities between graduates that were privately educated and those that were state educated.
Over half (57%) of employees going through divorce feel inadequately supported at work and it is having an impact on retention.
Green credentials and sustainability initiatives are a good way of attracting top talent, according to a new study by sustainability consultancy Anthesis.