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The new path to high-level HR, Part 1

How can new HR practitioners get ahead? Dan Cave examines how HR career paths are changing, amid increased expectations, the use of AI, burnout and economic uncertainty.

Best of HR books: March 2023

We delve into new book releases to find out what HR has been reading.

What HR needs to know about the new CIPD code of conduct

The CIPD has released its new code of conduct and ethics for the HR profession, which will come into effect from 1 January 2023.

People should be HR’s priority, not policy

HR leaders should look to do the right thing for the people in their organisation even if it goes against existing procedures, the audience of the CIPD ACE 2022 was told yesterday (9 November).

Three ways HR can maximise its ROI in a downturn

How can HR protect its financial investments and retain influence during an economic downturn?

Three lessons on HR maximising its return on investment


How can HR protect its financial investments and retain its influence on businesses? We put the question to an expert panel during the latest HR Lunchtime Debate.

Early-career HR professionals struggling more with mental health

Less experienced HR professionals are struggling more with their mental health than more experienced practitioners, according to research from the CIPD.

Employee experience more than a HR problem

Employee experience (EX) strategies become more effective with a holistic approach, rather than just limiting them to a HR responsibility, according to Laura Cole, MD and head of HR for UK and Europe...

HR at risk of budget cuts as economy worsens

More than half (55%) of HR teams across the UK expect to have their budgets cut in the next few months, according to research from Personio.

How can HR support employees during cost of living crisis?

Prime minister Liz Truss announced yesterday (8 September) the government's plan to help UK residents with energy bills - but what other measures can companies take to support their employees through...

Outsourcing HR functions eases burden on overworked teams

Outsourcing HR functions is one way for businesses to manage high intensity workloads, as property developer St. Modwen found.