Almost all jobs have been impacted by coronavirus, but few professions more than HR have seen a total overhaul.
The latest research, thinking and viewpoints from the HR Most Influential team, our partners and the leading HR practitioners and thinkers on the HR Most Influential lists
As workplaces adjust to the impacts of COVID-19, concerns are growing over employee mental health. Digital health provider BioBeats shares its insights into new solutions that are transforming the workplace wellbeing market.
There is a multitude of moving parts at the core of business success and growth. From implementing the correct technology to managing stakeholder relationships, there is no exact recipe for business success. However, there is one crucial business function that can often be overlooked – payroll.
The CJRS has provided an unparalleled financial safety net of up to 80% of salary to around nine million individuals. That’s not far off one third of the entire UK workforce.
The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted individuals and organisations at every level across the world, and the legacy of the pandemic will be far-reaching.
Despite the UK having some of the strongest employee protection laws in Europe, gender equality remains an issue facing our society today.
Put sustainability at the centre of your pension investment policy and you’ll have a happier and more engaged workforce
Employees are going to have to work for longer before they retire. But what will the impact be and what should HR be doing now to address the issue?
With poor governance hitting the headlines, it's worth revisiting the John Lewis Partnership for a case study of a different way of doing things
We live in a global culture that often praises private sector and complains about public leadership, but dig deeper and the origins of much leadership theory and practice lie in the actions of those who lead on behalf of the public interest
The new productivity culture replaces top-down coercion with bottom up empowerment strategies and HR is at its heart, but what is the dark-side of this shift? Peter Bloom, lecturer in the department of people and organisations, and Caroline Clarke, senior lecturer in management at the Open University Business School