Shaping the conscience of business

HR and ethics

Forget pure financials, corporate purpose is now the number-one priority for businesses and human resources is driving the change

Future HR leaders need to think like marketers

HR Marketing

Having human resources embrace the methods of the marketing department can help attract top talent, improve retention and even grow the business

Is your name holding you back?

Name bias

Do applicants with white-sounding names have an unfair advantage when looking for jobs? Research suggests they do

Five top ways to build trust in the workplace

HR Trust

Analysing employee data is crucial for forward-thinking organisations, but doing this without compromising workplace trust is a delicate balance to strike

Why employee journey mapping matters

Employee mapping

It may sound like the latest human resources buzzword, but employee journey mapping has the potential to drive real change for businesses

The business case for neurodiversity

Neurodiverse workplace

Embracing a neurodiverse talent pool is about more than equality and inclusion, it’s actually best for business

The startups pioneering maritime innovation

Maritime recruitment faces a multitude of challenges and obstacles when it comes to propelling the sector into the modern era, but the tide is slowly turning

Should HR be responsible for learning and development?

Whether learning and development should reside within human resources or alongside as its own empowered business unit remains a contentious issue