Flexible working for the inflexible workplace

Companies that offer flexible working are known to have increased employee retention, more motivated and engaged staff, and access to wider talent pools when recruiting

Leaders’ advice for boosting employee productivity

Five thought leaders offer tips to help overcome obstacles to raising productivity

Reskilling future workers: who’s responsible?

Rapid technological change, with its impact on jobs, requires a constantly renewed workforce through retraining

Why bother with a corporate wellness programme?

The wellbeing of staff is a win-win for employees and employers as the spotlight focuses on mental health in the workplace and its impact on the bottom line

Why are so many talented lawyers moving in-house?

Lawyers are increasingly turning their backs on private practice and choosing to work in-house for corporations and other organisations

What employee ownership could do for your business

Companies owned by their employees may have important lessons for human resources leaders to learn

New job titles: creative or cringeworthy?

Whether it’s to spice up a boring job or express personality and skill, job titles are changing

How tech and data can spot and stop the quitters

Technology used ethically can help retain valued staff by spotting potential problems which could cause them to quit