Jess Bell

Jess Bell

Jess Bell is the News Editor of HRD Australia and HRD New Zealand. After studying journalism at the University of Sheffield, Jess worked as a Digital News Reporter and then Feature Writer for national titles in both London and Sydney. She is particularly interested in employment law, diversity and inclusion, leadership and the evolving nature of the workplace.

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Failing recognition strategies highlight disconnect between employees and managers

Failing recognition strategies highlight disconnect between employees and managers

Is there a disconnect between your managers and employees?

Why HR needs to target high-earners to truly improve diversity and inclusion

Why HR needs to target high-earners to truly improve diversity and inclusion

If HR wants to shift the dial, they need to target those earning the most

How to promote a fun workplace culture

How to promote a fun workplace culture

It's even more important when employees are remote

Feeling stressed in an open-plan office? You’re not alone

Feeling stressed in an open-plan office? You’re not alone

New study is an eye-opener for HR

Rise of the behaviour-based office: How design is changing post-pandemic

Rise of the behaviour-based office: How design is changing post-pandemic

What do employees need from a workspace post-pandemic?

Spotify HRD on reinventing HR for a digital workforce

Spotify HRD on reinventing HR for a digital workforce

HRD reveals how the company has embraced flexibility

KPMG takes bold step towards inclusivity with 26 weeks equal paid parental leave

KPMG takes bold step towards inclusivity with 26 weeks equal paid parental leave

It's raising the bar within the industry

How to lead a courageous team

How to lead a courageous team

There's one key element you might be missing

Learning and development: How to upskill the frontline

Learning and development: How to upskill the frontline

Juggling busy schedules and remote locations is part of the challenge

Pride Month: Why allyship starts in the workplace

Pride Month: Why allyship starts in the workplace

Employers have a 'unique position to drive change'