Peter Crush

Peter Crush

About Peter Crush

Peter Crush is an award-winning HR journalist who writes for daily newspapers including The Guardian and the Evening Standard, as well as HR and business journals.

Nationwide Building Society: Why we decided staff could work from home

9 Apr 2021

We now see almost daily announcements from companies allowing staff to work from home. But when an 180-year-old building society...

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Flexible working hubs to be offered to civil servants

6 Apr 2021

A national network of ‘hybrid offices’ is to be set up for civil servants to allow them to work more flexibly.

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Volvo unveils global paid parental leave policy

1 Apr 2021

Volvo Cars has today announced the global roll-out of its brand new ‘Family Bond’ paid parental leave policy after a...

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Deliveroo to pay drivers bonuses of up to £10,000

8 Mar 2021

Fast-food delivery giant Deliveroo has announced it is setting aside a £16 million ‘thank-you’ fund to reward its most loyal...

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Restaurant chain denies abuse of furlough scheme

2 Mar 2021

Steakhouse group Tomahawk has rejected accusations by the GMB union of bullying workers to lend it money.

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HR pay rises less than the national average

24 Feb 2021

Research by Reed has found pay rises for HR professionals were less than those enjoyed by the rest of the workforce.

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Amazon accused of breaking employment terms

19 Feb 2021

Amazon has been accused of cancelling shifts at the last minute and 'short-changing' workers.

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Government waives IR35 penalties for one year

16 Feb 2021

New guidance states that, unless there's evidence of deliberate non-compliance, companies will not have to pay penalties for off-payroll errors in the first 12 months.

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Will Covid spell the end of hierarchy? 

2 Dec 2020

In sectors steeped in the value of hierarchy, will we see a more fluid approach in the post-Covid world?

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HR in a pandemic: How three companies dealt with a surge in demand

2 Jul 2020

For organisations up and down the country, Covid-19 has put considerable strain on HR. Many in the profession are facing...

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Ministry of Sound launches ultra-cool London workspace

18 Jul 2018

A new workspace in south London is aiming to raise the bar for office space that’s attractive to small creative...

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Is testing candidates before they apply the future of recruitment?

15 Nov 2017

Psychometric tests used to be long, formal exercises candidates would take some way into the recruitment process. But could testing...

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BMW Financial Services: How your own employees can be the best entrepreneurs

6 Nov 2017

Corporates are increasingly looking to partner with start-ups and entrepreneurs to inject innovation into their business. BMW Financial Services has...

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ClearScore CEO: Why my fast-growing company needs HR

16 Aug 2017

Credit checking company ClearScore is one of the UK’s fastest growing financial technology companies, doubling in size every six months....

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Recruitment advertising: unleashing the power of audio

16 Aug 2016

To mark the launch of a brand new category in the upcoming RAD Awards, Personnel Today was invited to an...

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