HR magazine is bringing together another expert panel for a HR Lunchtime Debate, this time to discuss how recognition can help employees thrive in a changing workplace.
HR is well-aware of the importance of a positive culture and the remarkable improvements in business performance this can lead to. But leaders need to make sure they are continuously innovating and...
Jordan James Barry, chief people officer at Motor Insurers' Bureau, will join HR magazine's next Lunchtime Debate on unlocking hidden opportunities and potential in the workforce.
Ruth Cornish, co-founder and director of HRi and Amelore, will join HR magazine's next Lunchtime Debate on unlocking hidden opportunities and potential in the workforce.
HR magazine is excited to announce its next HR Lunchtime Debate on unlocking hidden opportunities and potential in your workforce.
On 29 July HR magazine hosted a webinar on how the new realities of remote and hybrid work and changing workplace culture has added complexity to the recruitment process, in partnership with...
Don’t miss our webinar on how organisations should navigate the competitive post-pandemic job market, in partnership with Eightfold on Tuesday 29 July.
Panellists at yesterday's (29 June) HR Lunchtime Debate discussed how businesses need to be prepared for cultural change and adaptable to a new set of circumstances employees now find themselves in.
Emma Leonis, executive director for HR transformation at LACE Partners, has joined HR magazine's upcoming Lunchtime Debate: Laying the foundation for a workplace that works for all.
Carol Frost, chief people officer at Metro Bank and Jo North, head of HR, people and engagement at giffgaff have joined the HR's magazine's upcoming Lunchtime Debate.