Covid-19 has challenged organisations around the globe and will permanently reshape how many operate. Softworks examines how workforce management technology can help businesses navigate this new normal
HR has emerged with renewed credibility from the pandemic – which is why the profession was named overall winner at this year’s CIPD People Management Awards. But the question is, where does it go from here?
Technology with sophisticated algorithms is becoming a popular tool in HR to make employment decisions, but it does not eliminate biases, warns Anna Ginès
Setting up a function from scratch can bring its own challenges. We meet a handful of people professionals who were the first in their organisations
The finalists have been announced for the people profession's biggest prizes ahead of a glittering ceremony (fingers crossed) in September
In light of their recent research into the topic, Huadong Yang and Mariella Miraglia discuss how SMEs have adapted their people policies throughout the pandemic
Octopus Energy recently proclaimed its lack of a centralised people function. But why has eschewing HR become something to be lauded, and what can the profession do to prove its worth?
Upgrading to a workforce management system has freed up managers and given staff more control over their own time
Manchester, Greater Manchester
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Union of Shop, Distributive and Allied Workers (Usdaw)
West Yorkshire, North West
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