More than a quarter (26%) of UK businesses are set to either close, downsize or consolidate their offices in the coming months.
Employers have lost £2 billion over the last two years due to the failing apprenticeship levy, according to the CIPD.
It feels as though a dark cloud is lifting as the UK’s lockdown rules ease and we head towards summer.
There is an ongoing debate about technology and its relationship with mental health, especially at work.
Head of people, wellbeing and equity at Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) England Ama Afrifa-Tchie talks to HR magazine editor Jo Gallacher about how HR can protect mental wellbeing as the country opens...
UK employees who overwork are damaging their sleep patterns and risking long-term poor mental health.
Over three quarters (77%) of Gen-Z employees will consider how a business acted during the coronavirus pandemic when choosing a place to work.
HR magazine has launched a new Q&A column to answer HR’s burning diversity and inclusion questions.
Leaders and employees' self-fulfilling prophecies could be a determining factor in how a business coped during lockdown and how they will go forward during potential continued uncertainty and...
HR managers now spend an average of almost a third (31%) of their time each month on mental health support for employees than before the pandemic.
The majority (88%) of businesses plan to report their ethnicity pay gap next year despite most (75%) not having a formal framework and analytics in place to tackle D&I.