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Human Resource Management and Employee Relations

Includes all aspects of Human Resource Management (HRM), plus industrial relations, employee health and wellbeing.

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Performance management: thoroughbred or beast of burden

This paper examines how we can ensure that performance management (PM) delivers sustainable results for all the stakeholders who participate in this annual process.

Performance management: thoroughbred or beast of burden

This paper examines how we can ensure that performance management (PM) delivers sustainable results for all the stakeholders who participate in this annual process.

Establishing a just culture: executive summary

Just culture, also known as ‘fair’ culture, is a concept that many organisations are adopting in a bid to encourage more open and honest discussions about why rules are broken or errors made and how ways of working can be improved.

Making work better: an agenda for government

In this major Smith Institute report, Ed Sweeney, the former chair of the Advisory Conciliation and Arbitration Service (ACAS), shows that Britain has too many poor performing workplaces where employees are often badly treated, underpaid, over-worked, and ignored.

The future of engagement: thought piece collection

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Engagement has been a live issue in the management and HR world for around ten years now.

Impact of coaching on employee well-being, engagement and job satisfaction: research summary

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This research is an exploratory study into whether employees receiving coaching at work experience any impact on their perceptions of well-being, job satisfaction, and engagement at work.

Research into under-representation, by gender and ethnicity, in apprenticeships: report for unionlearn and the National Apprenticeship Service

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It is known that stereotypes of careers form at a very young age, often in primary school, and that careers decisions are influenced by parents and television among other things.

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