We look at how workplace culture and leadership style are evolving in a police service facing changing challenges.
Renationalisation is an increasing part of the political lexicon. As most of the probation service prepares to be returned to public ownership and scrutiny of contractors' performance across several sectors increases, Ashleigh Webber looks at what nationalisation could mean for HR.
Last week US bank BNY Mellon informed its employees it was reversing its policy on allowing them to work from home. But what are the implications if HR decides to scrap an existing policy, and how should they go about it? Andrea London explains.
It's no secret that transformation is one of the biggest challenges facing organisations today, with some grappling with multiple changes at any one time. Roisin Woolnough asks Janice Miller, director of leadership programmes at Harvard Business Publishing, about HR's role in ensuring transformation is successful.
With predictions suggesting that AI could end up creating more jobs than it replaces in 20 years' time, how will this impact workplace dynamics? Those that adapt quickly will fare the best, argues Charles Towers-Clark.
Posting employees globally offers them invaluable experience and breaks down borders in organisations. But how can employers keep up with such a dynamic global market? Professor Michael Dickmann, professor of International Human Resource Management at Cranfield University, explains.
With large-scale staff movements back in the news thanks to the proposed merger of Asda and Sainsbury's, what do employers need to consider when it comes to relocation? Luke Green from Hill Dickinson details some practical steps.
Updated to highlight the impact of the General Data Protection Regulation, in force from 25 May 2018, on this document.
Updated with information on trends in HR transformation.
A RACI chart on role and responsibilities during an HR change project.
HR and legal information and guidance relating to change management.