Emma Clayton reflects on the success of our HR Book Club and the four books that we’ve read during our first year since its launch. She also looks ahead to our next Book Club title Agile HR.
Why is a pay gap like a pachyderm
HR Niche Networking Night organised by Alliance Manchester Business School (AMBS)
It’s that time of year again when we’ll be gathering in early April to discuss our next programme of activities, and we want to know what areas you’d like us to focus on.
Could pay transparency in the UK be the answer to gender pay equality? Our next Fellows Forum on International Women’s Day asks that very question. #IWD2022
Our Membership Engagement Lead, Emma Clayton, sat down virtually with Akua Richardson to learn about her #HR career and views on #CIPDmembership.
Giulia Falconeri recalls the difficulties she encountered getting in to HR during the pandemic and shares her advice for current graduates and young professionals.
It can be all too easy to focus on the mistakes we’ve made, the areas in which we need to develop, or the aspects of ourselves that we wish were different.
Race Equality Week unites employees, focuses senior leaders, and unites organisations. It also encourages them to continue their activity and drive race equality all year long. The theme for 2022 ia #ActionNotJustWords.
April’s book is Neurodiversity at work by Amanda Kirby and Theo Smith (Kogan Page) ‘Neurodiversity is one of the most important and untapped opportunities in business today. This book clearly explains the issue and honours the necessity to pay close attention to every employee’s individual needs and leverage people’s extra special capabilities in unique and … Continue reading Neurodiversity at work | HR Book Club
Learn more about the value of apprenticeships for employers and career development through CIPD guides, reports and commentary
Breaking into Human Resources or Learning & Development is highly competitive, and the process can feel very circular:
Learn how to take the steps needed to break into the sector.
Giulia Falconeri reflects on attending the CIPD Annual Conference & Exhibition 2021.
Are you showing rhythm intelligence when managing your people? People’s [productivity will fluctuate as they go through different phases of life, and experience different things.
A selection of articles for your holiday weekend reading
Research shows that 43% of young people feel the pandemic has harmed their long-term career prospects. Providing careers education in schools and colleges is essential to help students regain confidence in their future. More than ever, they need help to understand the opportunities available and how to access them.
The CIPD Profession Map doesn’t always get the attention it deserves, but it supports people professionals in many ways, as participants at our recent session found out.
Welcome to the first in a new series of interviews with CIPD Members hosted by Emma Clayton (Membership Engagement Lead).
The CIPD North network for senior people professionals vision is to develop to meet participants’ needs and to provide sessions with an emphasis on mutual support and conversation.
Ewelina Niziolek-Wilson joins CIPD Manchester Branch committee as its new Standalone HR Lead.
To mark World AIDS Day we spoke to Paul Marks-Jones from he University of Manchester @OfficialUoM and Sister BangBang @Sister_BangBang about their initiatives #HIVAwareness #UEqualsU #GetTested
Taking steps to diversify talent pipelines is more important than ever as we face the challenges of a growing opportunity gap in the wake of COVID-19 and post-brexit.
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