Pursuing external accreditations gave Preston College employees a voice
Why Virgin Money gave its staff the freedom to work anywhere
Covid enabled Severn Trent to supercharge its strategy
The water company was able to rethink and improve its long-term plans, despite initially being derailed by the global pandemic
Highlighting race and privilege has been key to wellbeing for East London NHS Foundation Trust
Sharing employees' experiences of bullying and harassment has also enabled the trust to foster a culture where staff feel empowered to call out unacceptable behaviour
How Experian is working to retain its culture as it moves to hybrid
The financial information firm implemented flexible working options in the midst of the pandemic and is also amalgamating its physical office space
WDP overhauled its benefits strategy to provide what was important to employees
The charity rethought its pay structure and introduced several family-friendly perks that crucially didn't break the bank
Blood Cancer UK implemented a truly flexible culture in order to better retain talent
The charity moved to a culture focused on outputs and objectives rather than where and how staff work
The training Pedal Me needed didn't exist – so it designed its own from scratch
All riders for the bike courier company must pass its bespoke City & Guilds qualification before being offered a role
Why Kettering General Hospital NHS FT boosted its inclusion efforts during the pandemic
With staff on the front line of the Covid response, the hospital trust wanted to make sure they felt supported
How Childs Farm improved its focus on women's health
The children's toiletry brand has begun offering more support for employees around the menopause and is starting conversations on the topic
Bernadette Thompson OBE: “HR can’t tell the business off without looking at itself”
The government diversity leader, advocate and public speaker on how businesses can level up their inclusion efforts
Professor Lynda Gratton: “I’ve seen a lot of fads come and go – I hope this won’t be one”
The future of work expert explains how HR can make sure the improvements Covid has brought to working practices aren’t just a flash in the pan
Dr Anastasia Dedyukhina: “We’re expected to be available all the time, and that has a cost”
The digital wellbeing expert explains how the merging of our home and work lives and addiction to our devices is obliterating productivity
“Job sharing in a senior position means we can role model good flexibility”
Rachel Currie and Wendy Aslett explain how they’ve helped transform approaches to flexible working at the BBC, and reaped the benefits themselves
Jacqui Jones: “Everything that’s been flung at HR we’ve responded to”
The HR director of NHS National Services Scotland reflects on a turbulent 12 months for healthcare people professionals
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