LIFT UP YOUR LEADER

There's no doubt this year has been a huge challenge for all of us, with some affected far more than others. Within a work environment many HR Personnel and Team Leaders have had to adjust to new team circumstances, from managing remote working teams, to health and safety adjustments and…...

‘I altered my personality to fit in at work’

The lack of ethnic diversity at the top of UK companies is coming under increasing focus, with calls for change from big business groups and investors. Surveys continue to show that black, Asian, or minority ethnic (BAME) people are under-represented in senior positions. But some succeed, and then turn their…...

Coronavirus: The women who started businesses in lockdown

The coronavirus pandemic has hit businesses hard, leading to sweeping numbers of redundancies and millions of workers being furloughed. Despite the downturn, some people have decided to take the brave step of starting a business. We spoke to four women about why they did it and how their ideas are…...

Introducing: Keep Britain Working

We’re proud to support #KeepBritainWorking.  The campaign, which is being backed by business leaders across the UK, was set up to help us navigate the ever-changing world of work. Throughout the COVID-19 crisis, and beyond....

Is it okay to tell a dirty joke at work?

On her first day in a new job in the City, Kate (not her real name) didn't know what to expect. Now a successful executive, she remembers being ready to roll with the punches, anything in order to get ahead. https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-51753191...

Political beliefs in the workplace: what does the law say?

As the debate over Brexit reaches a crescendo and leavers and remainers disagree on what should happen next, Richard Fox examines the extent to which employers can allow political debate in the workplace. https://www.personneltoday.com/hr/political-beliefs-in-the-workplace-what-does-the-law-say/...