One quarter of graduates said their degree was not important for their current job
Most businesses know their success is due to the people they employ, but most don’t think about how to keep them on board
What's the key to getting HR and other senior leaders on the same page when it comes to organisational surveys? Dr. Neal Knight-Turvey provides some tips.
Despite a climate of constrained budgets and a continuous need to do more with less, a majority of public sector organisations do not highly prioritise innovation. How can this change?
Happy employees equal happy profits, right? While HR is quick to recognise there is a direct correlation between happiness and productivity, seeing the figures in black and white is startling.
The first quarter of 2013 has ushered in new junior and intermediate HR positions, but little other growth.
It may be counter-intuitive, but your male employees are more likely to make use of flexible work arrangements or other benefits than your female staff, according to new research.
Andrew Brock comments on the repositioning of HR from a shared service for implementing policy and process to the owner of the organisation’s key strategic asset – people.
The hotel chain has been effective in moving away from tradition and creating a new culture
There are two big mistakes that employers often make when handling bullying complaints made during the disciplinary process
HRD talks to an HR leader about the practicalities of animals at work