More than a third of absences in the financial services sector have been due to mental ill health
Many good managers still fear letting go and devolving decision-making
In the UK 42% of marriages end in divorce, and HR has a key role to play in helping staff cope
The strengths and opportunities afforded by a silver workforce outstrip the threats
How employers can reduce the cost of mental health absence and help their employees
Serco simplified and improved the mammoth task of hiring up to 20,000 people a year globally
Automation, AI and algorithms have been steadily creeping in. But can they work for recruitment?
The correlation between staff and managers both citing bad management suggests firms need to address management styles
Overseeing HR for 20,000 is difficult. The key at Hitachi is sharing good practices, and people, around the different businesses
New Acas research shows that automation is having a significant impact on the way jobs are done
Managers may unintentionally be creating a culture where staff are expected to always be available
While staffing levels are important, presenteeism creates a "false economy"