In 2017 Capgemini's talent director wants to see HR become more evidence-based but not forget the people
Gender pay gap reporting could be damaging. But it’s also an opportunity to put diversity on the business agenda
Standards build upon the philosophy that valuing people is the cornerstone of organisational performance
The need to be seen to be doing something around D&I is strong, but search for evidence first
What happens when HR is put under the microscope?
As gender pay gap reporting is introduced will it lead to problems?
As gender pay gap reporting is introduced, we ask: will it lead to problems, and what can firms do to counter them?
Data and analytics can be valuable to HR. But only if you're measuring the right things, in the right way
Government, regulators and investors are increasingly focused on culture. What does this mean for HR?
On a scale of zero (absolutely nothing) to 10 (HR has been revolutionised), I’d give it a three
Long-term stability is no longer the order of the day. Flexibility, interesting work and recognition appeal more
SSE doesn’t just (literally) value its people, it also values what helps them grow, such as training, fair wages, and a transparent workplace