How employee experience could be failing your people

With resignations at the highest they’ve been in 20 years HR’s focus, now more than ever, is on retention. Central to this struggle is HR’s battle to build an employee experience that pleases...

What do employees want organisational culture to look like in 2022?

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...

Unlocking hidden potential in your workforce

The pandemic has forced many of us to think about our priorities – what we want to gain from life, and how. HR must now help employees rediscover their potential and reinvigorate their careers, or...

Tune in to HR trends for 2022 and beyond

A panel of HR experts will be meeting at 12:30 on the 7 December to discuss the next steps for HR after a turbulent few years.

Last chance to register: how to avoid failing with employee experience

HR magazine's next Lunchtime Debate will look at how to effectively utilise, communicate and generate genuine employee satisfaction with your employee experience investments.

Why your employee experience programme could be failing your people

HR magazine is excited to announce its next HR Lunchtime Debate around why your employee experience programme.

HR Lunchtime Debate on unlocking potential adds speaker

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.

Fighting for talent in a competitive job market: your HR Lunchtime Debate questions answered

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...

How can HR prepare businesses for change?

Post lockdown the world of work has the potential to change forever – and for the better. But to make it happen, HR needs to be bold and provide organisations with the right foresight.

Speakers added to new webinar: 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.