Isabel Jackson

Junior Staff Writer

Isabel Jackson is a junior staff writer at People Management

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John Lewis faces online abuse following redundancy announcement – but how should HR deal with angry staff?

Commentators say the ‘heightened emotions’ that can arise during job cuts should be met with empathy and flexibility

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Employee menopause gift bags with jelly babies ‘in case you feel like biting someone’s head off’ spark anger – but what does good support look like?

‘Gimmick’ handed out by a train operator – which also included a paper clip ‘to help keep it all together’ – has been widely condemned by experts

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Third of female public sector employees have had requests to work flexibly denied, research finds

Experts say employers that continue to see flexible workers as ‘lesser contributors’ will lose out on talent

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The crucial lessons for HR to learn from ‘bullying and toxic’ NHS trust and death of doctor

Report reveals a host of continuing concerns about the workplace culture at University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust

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Experts issue advice to HR as statistics show record numbers out of work because of long-term sickness

Despite the ONS revealing a ‘better than expected’ unemployment rate, economic inactivity gives reason for concern

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What can employers learn from the Post Office’s ‘toxic management culture’?

As MPs highlight secrecy and ‘pervasive’ use of NDAs, People Management asks experts for their views

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Anti-Zionist professor suffered discrimination for his protected ‘philosophical belief’, tribunal rules – what does it mean for employers?

Hearing finds David Miller was unfairly dismissed for gross misconduct after he made comments about Israel

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Who will win the 'home vs office' tug of war?

As growing numbers of businesses call staff back and Lord Sugar dubs remote workers ‘lazy layabouts’, People Management examines the arguments on both sides

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Three quarters of employers do not regularly check on staff morale, report reveals

Frequent satisfaction surveys can aid retention and ensure workers feel their voices are heard, experts highlight

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Third of people think attitudes to older workers have worsened, survey finds

Employers view hiring over 55s as a ‘risk’, experts say, while a fifth of older employees have felt discriminated against because of their age