Work. magazine is available exclusively to CIPD Chartered Fellows. Below, we've made a selection of articles from recent (and some not so recent) issues available for all CIPD members to read. To find out more about becoming a Chartered Fellow, just search the web for CIPD Chartered Fellow.
What if… no one was rich?
What if… everyone got cancelled?
What if… we did away with experts?
What if… China invaded Taiwan?
What if… there was no employment law?
What if… you could brainwash staff?
What if… men took more parental leave than women?
What if… no one was an employee?
What if… CEOs were activists?
What if… we never retired?
What if… everyone went on strike?
What if... we brought our true selves to work?
Lucy D’Orsi: ‘It’s easy to say David Carrick wasn’t one of us. He was’
IAG Cargo’s Caroline Andrews: 'I was the first CPO charged with a transformation agenda from a people perspective. Here's what we did...'
Paul Nowak: 'Unions are part and parcel of working life – not an HR failure'
Q&A: Natasha Adams
Q&A: Fiona Evans
Ruby McGregor-Smith: “I’ve never fitted in – now I just accept it”
Barbara Banda: "People are open to the conversation now – that will foster change"
Q&A: Phil Donnelly
Q&A: Joan C Williams
Inmarsat's Natasha Dillon: "People are more demanding now"
Q&A: Professor Claudia Goldin
Q&A: Angela Williams
Q&A: Baroness Denise Kingsmill
Q&A: Esther Wallington
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Why do men take more risks?
Menopausal women seen as a workplace threat
Where does HR come from? A brief history of the people profession
From its origins in welfare to its digital reinvention, the story of HR in the UK is simultaneously the history of an economy in search of an identity. The CIPD's Work. magazine spoke to a group of experts about their own perspectives on the past century
How is the world returning to the office?
Huge swathes of the globe have been back in their place of work for months. The CIPD’s Work. magazine looks at what we can learn from their experiences
Sathnam Sanghera on why workplaces aren’t finished
In an interview with the CIPD’s Work. magazine, the journalist and author talks about leaving London for lockdown, and why he is taking on the British Empire
What exactly is Jeff Bezos trying to prove?
Disruptive visionary, digital titan and rocket man, Amazon’s founding genius is, Paul Simpson predicts, destined to butt heads with regulators
Every man for himself: is employee engagement reaching its full potential?
Being all in it together is intrinsic to employee engagement. But in an age of individualism, should we measure workplace satisfaction differently? The CIPD's Work. magazine finds out