Staff appraisals are generally considered a key part of performance management. But Lucy Adams, former HR director of the BBC, tells us why she feels they’re simply no longer fit for purpose
There are clear benefits to supporting employee health and well-being but the government needs to help too, claims CBI
SMEs far more positive than larger firms on recruitment but investment in training is vital for long-term gains, claims CIPD
Working out your employees’ strengths is key to unlocking the hidden talent in your midst, says Lyndsey Simpson, co-founder of The Curve Group
Current employment trends and policy changes are likely to reshape the age demographics of Britain’s future workforce. How can employers take advantage of age diversity in the workplace?
Barclays report urges employers to discuss personal finance with employees as 20% admit financial concerns 'interfere with work'
Volunteering is a cost-effective way for businesses to upskill and retain staff according to new report by think tank Demos
Mind and Living Streets team up ahead of Walk to Work Week in bid to plug SMEs' £26bn stress-related illness deficit
There is much to consider for an entrepreneur when their first taste of recruitment arrives
Inspiring the Future campaign aims to raise career ambitions for women who 'lack role models'