And why should HR care about International Women’s Day?
This is not just limited to FinTech, but we have also seen increased demand for HR talent MediTech, and EnergyTech.
Senior Manager Emma Castillo reviews the main learning points from our latest Diversity & Inclusion event...
Senior Manager Emma Castillo reveals her top tips to remain motivated when working from your home office...
Naomi Barton, Senior Manager in our Commerce & Industry team, talks through the highlights from our first Oakleaf Academy Future Leaders event...
Last Wednesday, over 60 “up and coming” talented HR professionals gathered for the first Oakleaf Partnership Academy gathering of 2016.
There is a difference between the qualities CEOs say they want in an HR director and what they actually want, according to head of consulting at The Storytellers and ex-Fitness First global HRD Piers Robinson.
Authenticity is an essential leadership ingredient, according to Gill Hill, head of people development at Nationwide Building Society.
Speaking at Hay Group's ‘Developing leaders for the organisation of the future’ event, Hill explained that in the face of increased regulation in the financial sector Nationwide has become a strong advocate for the diversification of leadership styles.
The majority of women feel their workplace treats them fairly, according to research from the Great Place to Work Institute.
Its report Women at work: is it still a man’s world? claims that, despite official reports of discrimination in pay and promotion, most women accept their work situation and do not feel worse off because of their gender.
With some 70 million working days lost each year to mental health issues, according to England’s chief medical officer’s 2014 annual report, mental health first aid is one solution for the workplace. Caroline Hounsell explains more.