In some organisations, failing is actively encouraged. But how can L&D urge the workforce to take more risks, and where should they draw the line?
The Supreme Court’s recent decision is set to send shockwaves through the labour market. People Management’s panel of experts delves into the possible consequences
The controversial tactics hit the headlines during Covid thanks to big names like BA and British Gas, but there are less dramatic ways to change conditions en masse
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
The jury is still out on whether businesses can – and should – make vaccinations compulsory. People Management explores both sides of the argument
The success of the UK’s inoculation rollout so far has taken everyone by surprise, but whether firms can mandate their workers have the jab is still hotly debated
Covid has provoked a wave of career reassessing. But for HR professionals unsure where to go next, People Management solves seven of the biggest sticking points
Lockdown has meant adoption of properly flexible practices has stalled. So how can HR get it back on the right track?
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