Juliette Rowsell

Staff Writer

Juliette Rowsell is a Staff Writer at People Management

Jeremy Hunt budget

Autumn statement: the implications for HR

Chancellor Jeremy Hunt announced an array of reforms to pensions, benefits, the national living wage and more – but what do people professionals think of the plans?

Jeremy Hunt

Autumn statement: five key takeaways for HR

Chancellor’s latest spending plans promise more investment in apprenticeships, a boost to the national living wage and improved pension flexibility

Jeremy Hunt

HR and business reaction: government pledges £2.5bn to help people with long-term disabilities find and retain jobs

But experts warn positives of the investment risk being ‘drowned out by divisive rhetoric’

mutli ethnic co-workers discussing in office

From detectives to networkers: five work personality types and who is most likely to be a manager or CEO

Workplace personality tests highlight the importance of adapting management styles to suit individual needs, psychologists say

Canary Wharf Multifaith Chaplaincy

‘There’s a lot of suspicion’ – what role can chaplaincies play in fostering multifaith workforces?

For Inter Faith Week 2023, People Management interviewed the founder of the Canary Wharf Multifaith Chaplaincy to discuss wariness of religion in the workplace and how businesses can encourage diverse conversations

Packed open suitcase

An employer’s guide to the new laws on holiday pay for part-time workers

The government is trying to simplify the calculation for irregular hours and part-year employees

People in a meeting with brain in head vector

Firms missing out on the best job applicants because of too many interviews, research finds

Worker shortages and lengthy and ineffective processes mean companies’ ideal candidates are looking elsewhere

Davina McCall

‘Go forth and amplify’: Davina McCall on becoming an ‘accidental activist’ and why businesses need to support women through the menopause

Speaking at the CIPD Annual Conference and Exhibition, the TV presenter said firms must create inclusive and supportive workplaces or risk losing talent and experience

Daniel Susskind at CIPD Annual Conference and Exhibition 2023

Daniel Susskind: Why it is unhelpful to think about how AI will affect ‘jobs’

Delegates are warned the people profession needs to embrace artificial intelligence or risk losing relevance

Woman with fan on laptop

Will new data encourage better menopause support at work?

Firms could be in danger of pushing away one of the fastest-growing sections of the workforce by not providing adequate support for those experiencing menopausal symptoms. With the government seemingly slow to implement legislative changes, is it time for employers to act? Words by Juliette Rowsell