HR strategy

How Philip Morris International’s workforce adapted to deliver new a strategy

When Philip Morris International wanted stop making the product that made it what it is today, it needed to ensure its staff were on board.

Manufacturing sector could lose 20m jobs to automation

26 Jun 2019

Up to 20 million jobs in manufacturing could be replaced by robots by 2030, with each new robot taking over...

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Digitising HR records: the first steps towards intelligent automation (webinar)

25 Jun 2019

Wednesday 7 August 2019 | Register now to find out what it takes to transform HR from a technological standpoint and how to implement change at scale.

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Is ethical leadership under threat from populism?

21 Jun 2019

Ethical leadership, fairness and equality are seen as vital qualities for successful organisations. But in the age of populism what if leaders no longer buy into this?

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Recruiters not confident in employer brand knowledge, report finds

19 Jun 2019

More than a third (37%) of talent acquisition and recruitment specialists...

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Just one day of work per week benefits mental health

19 Jun 2019

Work is good for your mental health, even if you only do one day a week, according to researchers from...

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Staffline shares slump following six-year minimum wage underpayment

18 Jun 2019

Staffline, one of the biggest recruitment and training agencies in the UK, has seen its shares tumble after PwC delayed...

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Integrate learning into jobs, say L&D experts

17 Jun 2019

Learning will need to be better integrated into employees' daily tasks, especially in busy environments: a key message from the Festival of Work

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Festival of Work: Why job automation is an opportunity, not a threat

14 Jun 2019

The implications of job automation was hotly debated by speakers at the CIPD's Festival of Work this week, where Gary Kasparov was among the key speakers

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Could predictive algorithms boost staff productivity?

14 Jun 2019

Researchers claim to have developed an algorithm that predicts career peaks, but what affect would this have on employee productivity...

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Psychological safety at work: it’s not about being “nice”

12 Jun 2019

Studies show that trust and psychological safety in the workplace help employees perform better. But there’s more to creating this...

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Transforming culture: How to bring people with you through change (webinar)

11 Jun 2019

Find out how to create a culture where people thrive during change...

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‘Open-source learning’ – a new approach to sharing knowledge (webinar)

11 Jun 2019

Open-source is a well-known concept in software development, but what lessons might learning and development professionals be able to draw...

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Seven million reasons not to cheat on competition

10 Jun 2019

For many, the notion of a cartel may conjure up images of Columbian drug barons, but UK businesses need to...

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Mayfair club kitchen porters call for the Living Wage

6 Jun 2019

The Independent Workers’ Union of Great Britain (IWGB) has urged one of London’s most exclusive membership clubs to ensure its...

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