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?
A heady combination of Brexit-related visa changes and a mass exodus of talent – not to mention furlough – have wrought havoc with hiring. But there are ways HR can mitigate the issues
Many employers are assessing how a mix of home and office working could benefit them – but they risk disadvantaging certain groups of employees
Three months in and we’re yet to see the full effect of life outside the bloc. But for industries like care and agriculture that are reliant on overseas staff, it’s a different story
Lockdown has meant adoption of properly flexible practices has stalled. So how can HR get it back on the right track?
The UK's exit from the EU has torn the country cleanly down the middle, but it’s also poised to reignite the debate over worker protections
Learning professionals have long wrestled with showing the business impact of their work – could coronavirus be the catalyst for change?
Loneliness, anxiety and difficulty switching off are all taking a toll on worker mental health, with a crucial role for HR in offering support
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