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    Case Study: Brighterkind Care Homes

    How a focus on leadership invigorated a care group’s culture The problem When Antony Smith joined brighterkind in January 2015 to head up training and development across the group’s 71 care homes, he discovered...

    Research: Is your open-plan office killing productivity?

    Is your open-plan office killing productivity? The open-plan office may be the darling of contemporary workplace design, but, according to new research from Oxford Economics, it highlights a notable disconnect between...

    Brexit: What comes next?

    The UK's decision to leave the EU has profound implications for HR professionals – not only will their businesses be facing an uncertain economic outlook, but there are important questions to answer about the future...

    Brexit: Talk to your employees

    In the days after Britain voted to leave the European Union, a nationwide footwear retailer emailed all its staff, asking that they make no utterance of Brexit in the workplace. Pavers said any conversation about the decision...

    Q&A: Peter Cheese

    The CIPD chief executive on why strategic HR has never been more important What immediate ramifications of the decision have you been observing? The outcome is naturally causing a lot of anxiety and uncertainty. And...

    Brexit: Calm the immediate tensions

    Brexit has brought out the best in many Brits, igniting political debate and infusing a new spirit of togetherness among people with wildly different backgrounds. But it has also brought out the worst in some. Just ask...

    Q&A: Ryan Williams

    The CEO of Irish recruiter Connected Talent on the fear of a fixed border What will be the initial impact of the referendum result for organisations in Northern Ireland? We rely on the free movement of people within...

    Brexit: Reassure your EU nationals about the future

    For Veronique Medcalf, Brexit brought a particularly thorny dilemma. It wasn’t a question of whether her long-term future lay in the UK – having lived in the country for 21 years and married a Brit, she was confident...

    Q&A: Serge Colin

    The group HR director of Tarmac on the need to focus on workforce planning How did Tarmac respond to the referendum result? The first thing we did, just after we heard the outcome, was to hold a conference with our...

    Q&A: Sue Evans

    The chair of the Public Sector People Managers’ Association on cost constraints Are we heading for another recession, and another squeeze on public sector spending? Yes, I think so. We’re still grappling...