Whilst we count-down the days to Symposium’s Mission Critical: HR Analytics Summit 2019, Laura Timms discusses how HR departments can become a strategic rather than administrative function through embracing HR Analytics.
The just-launched Benchmark report by Bright Horizons / My Family Care in partnership with HRreview provides employers with headlines on current policies.
Following Mental Health Awareness Week, Vanessa Sallows, Claims & Governance Director, Group Protection at Legal & General, talks to HRreview about the ethical and strategic importance of mental health awareness in the workplace, her work on raising awareness, the misconceptions around Group Income Protection (GIP), and much more that HR should know.
Clare Waller discusses why the perceived stigma attaching to mental ill health within the workplace still persists, and why it must be addressed urgently by employers.
Organisations across a range of sectors are seeing a new phenomenon form: ‘talent scarcity’, and in the light of Brexit his issue is here to stay. Jonquil Hackenberg advises on how HR can remain proactive and efficient.
Addiction in the workplace can present significant challenges for employers and specific instances of drug or alcohol use can present health and safety risks, and serious conduct issues – all of which will fall to HR to navigate. Sarah Chilton offers a lawyer’s advice.
What are the reasons why millennials and post-millennials are seemingly the most challenging to recruit? Peter Linas argues that, despite the common stereotype that people this age would be easier to reach through their use of tech, this could be simultaneously part of the problem.
To mark Mental Health Awareness Week, Vicki Field provides advice for managers about what to do if they suspect a member of their team is suffering from a mental health illness.
Jo Stubbs provides expert advice to employers and HR professionals on how to manage a fair redundency selection and how to navigate around unfair dismissals.
Jamie Roberts assesses what has so far been achieved in plugging the gender gap in STEM and how we can best ensure true gender diversity in the industry for a bright female future!
The financial industry is facing a period of great transformation as AI changes the way businesses operate and how our customers are served. Louise O’Shea argues that, when harnessed in the right way, the benefits of AI are enormous and far-reaching.
Vickie Field, HR Director at London Doctors Clinic, discusses in earnest how flexible working can help reduce employee stress levels.
Research claims that one in 12 parents are suffering burnout. Burnout is more commonly associated with work—but the stigma around the difficulty of raising children is lifting. Nicola Jagielski provides advice on how employers can help.
Employees are often living day by day, attempting to stay afloat on their salary alone with the rising cost of living and a bonus scheme does not always have much of an impact on that, says Ann Marie Bell.
Where companies fall short in their duties to notify of changes or to apply for a new or extended sponsor licence, the consequences can be devastating for business operations, says Anne Morris.