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COP28: What are the takeaways for HR Leaders?

COP (Conference of the Parties) is the main decision-making body of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change and this year was held in Dubai.

Lessons from the C-suite: Carlos Jaureguizar, Bupa

Carlos Jaureguizar, CEO of Bupa Global & UK, talks over his journey to CEO, his successes and mistakes, and how he is adapting to a changing world.

Future leader: Jordan Noble, Mackie's of Scotland

Jordan Noble, people and development manager at confectioner Mackie's of Scotland, shares her vision for the future of the profession.

Putting volunteering at the front of ESG

Volunteering is a popular way for workers to give back to the community around them, but it isn’t always as easy as just giving staff days off, finds Peter Crush.

Reinventing the big screen: Dee Vassili, chief people officer, Vue

Despite the huge impact the pandemic lockdowns had on the cinema market, Vue has been able to continue growing – and people policies have been a key part of that. BEAU JACKSON finds out more

Investors in People conference: Four ways to make work better

Investors in People’s Make Work Better conference yesterday (20 September) was headlined by the serial investor and Diary of a CEO podcaster, Steven Bartlett and included insight from British Airways...

HR Most Influential’s top priorities: sustainability, ESG and achieving net zero

This year’s HR Most Influential (HRMI) survey found that there was a strong view that responsibility for environmental, social and corporate governance (ESG) sits with everyone in the business – but...

How Bupa empowers employee climate action

Healthcare provider Bupa has acted on its sustainability agenda by matching staff with entrepreneurs to create new products that tackle the climate crisis.

HR Most Influential Podcast: Putting the ‘S’ in ESG with Neil Morrison

The HR Most Influential Podcast has gone live with an interview with Neil Morrison, director of HR at Severn Trent and two-time HR Most Influential Practitioner.

Climate-quitting: what is it and why it matters to HR leaders

Environment, social and governance (ESG) was first coined in 2004 but largely hovered under the radar for the following decade.  

Future leader: Charlie Barclay, Catella APAM

Charlie Barclay, senior operations and HR manager at property investment firm Catella APAM, shares her vision for the future of the HR profession.

Gen X leadership reflects liberal ideals and breadth of experience

Written off as disaffected and cynical in its youth, Generation X has long since proven its worth in business. But as Gen Xers take over the c-suite, how should HR make the best of a new generation of...