Occupational health is rapidly evolving to meet growing demand as the NHS’ battle to bring down its waiting list continues – Brett Hill spotlights growing trends and initiatives that HR professionals can leverage.
Following the latest case of sexual harassment, where a culture of predatory behaviour towards women in the RAF’s Red Arrows has been unearthed, Deborah Hartung reports…
Kate Palmer covers some of the big changes coming to employment law in 2024.
This may seem extreme, but words of affirmation have seen businesses end up in tribunals. So, failure to address this could have serious consequences. HR advice and consultancy director, Kate Palmer, addresses this issue.
Which issues mattered most to your HR peers in 2023?
Find out who made the shortlist this year and how their enriching change journeys impressed our judges.
By establishing tangible objectives and holding themselves accountable, companies can drive collective momentum towards more accessible and inclusive workplaces
Redundancies aren’t always the result of short-sighted decision making or a culture problem, but they can be.
HR managers need to act before opposing beliefs erupt into conflict in the workplace.
The accusations against Russell Brand have reignited the debate about reporting inappropriate behaviour at work.
Recent research shows British employees are most likely to say ‘we don’t live to work’.
Delving into the dos and don’ts of employer dress codes.
Another day, another toxic leader outed. This time, Jimmy Fallon. How can we handle toxic employees in such high-profile situations?
Following reports of Huw Edwards’ suspension, we explore why confidentiality and care are paramount during a disciplinary investigation.
HR’s role is much more multifaceted than many assume and extends to some bizarre disputes.
Real guidance, achievable steps to help you start your workplace culture journey
What lessons can employers take from the BBC’s rather embarrassing own goal?
McDonald’s has committed to tackling recent sexual harassment claims. But something is missing from its response…
Kate Palmer reports on the lunch thief currently plaguing the BBC, whilst bringing a few HR home truths to the field of office lunch larceny.
Workers are going to see significant changes to their rights following the government’s latest ruling on strike cover