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COVID-19: Thoughts on the Endgame

By Dr. Stephen Bungay 29th March 2020

COVID-19: Thoughts on the Endgame

COVID-19: A Note for Leaders

By Dr. Stephen Bungay 19th March 2020

COVID-19: A Note for Leaders

Cracking the Code for Women in Leadership

By Gillian Pillans 6th March 2020

Ask any CEO whether they think diversity is an important business issue, and you are unlikely to hear anything other than 'yes'. Most CEOs understand that building a workforce that reflects the society in which their organisations operate, and the customers they serve, can be highly beneficial. While we have seen significant progress made towards achieving gender parity at entry level in most industries, in spite of substantial investments in diversity initiatives and women’s leadership programmes, the representation of women at more senior levels in organisations remains stubbornly low.

You Might Not be Interested in Tax, but Tax is Interested in you!

By Steven Toft 27th February 2020

Tax is not the most likely subject to be front of most HR professionals’ minds  but whilst you might not be interested in tax, tax is interested in you. With two budgets and a spending review scheduled for 2020, the coming year will see the whole of issue of tax rising to the top of the political, economic and business agenda. Tax increases are almost inevitable over the next decade. The looming fiscal crunch means that tax will become one of the main political battlegrounds over the next few years. Do you really think the inevitable reform of the UK’s tax and benefits system is something you can afford to ignore? We beg to differ. We believe it is something all HR people need to start thinking about. And soon.