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Short-term executive pay cuts won’t solve high pay culture

Temporary pay cuts taken by chief executives during the coronavirus pandemic won’t solve excessive pay and bonus culture, according to...

Redundancies vs reduced hours: Juggling workloads through coronavirus

30 Jul 2020

As furlough fades and redundancies rise, Jonny Gifford examines how workloads differ across the labour market and suggests how reducing...

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No better time for HR to boost data analytics capability, says CIPD

27 May 2020

There is significant demand for HR data analytics and evidence-based decision-making, but only a handful of HR practitioners are using...

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Managers sweep harassment under the carpet, says CIPD report

21 Jan 2020

Almost a quarter of employees believe that – despite the rise of movements such as #MeToo – bullying and harassment...

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How CIPD Chartered membership recognises you as a people professional

6 Jan 2020

PROMOTED CONTENT | The start of the New Year brings about thoughts around reflection and setting goals for the coming year...

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CIPD expands support for members after feedback

24 Nov 2019

The CIPD has issued its latest annual report, including the largest survey of its members it has ever conducted. 

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CIPD Annual Conference: “Good work is about fairness and transparency”

6 Nov 2019

HR has a crucial role in promoting responsible and transparent leadership...

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Recruiting HR professionals: building the perfect HR team

16 Aug 2019

As the HR profession changes so does the way that HR recruits HR. Stephanie Sparrow examines how human resources professionals...

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Low-skilled labour supply down by a third in two years

12 Aug 2019

The number of people applying for each role continues to fall – particularly for low-skilled roles – according to the...

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Apprenticeship levy has ‘failed’ to increase workplace training

23 Jul 2019

The government has made an “empty promise” in saying the apprenticeship levy would increase the amount of money employers spend...

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Has political chaos made us cautious about hiring HR professionals?

5 Jul 2019

The ongoing political uncertainty has led to a high level of caution in hiring organisations. Most HR recruitment has come...

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Are HR professionals lacking employee relations skills?

12 Jun 2019

As the CIPD’s Festival of Work starts in London, complete with speaker and breakout sessions galore on all the new...

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RAF Typhoon

How the RAF can add wings to your HR career

27 May 2019

With fantastic benefits and low costs for trainees, the RAF offers people an excellent opportunity to gain confidence and skills...

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The 2018 gender pay gap: grounds for optimism?

5 Apr 2019

There may not have been a dramatic change in the gender pay gap, but HR, analytics and reward specialists are far from gloomy about what the latest crop of reports reveals

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UK needs national skills policy to address productivity failures

27 Feb 2019

The UK needs to develop a national skills policy if it is to tackle its productivity problems, according to a...

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