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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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The time to act is now: Fawcett's gender pay gap briefing

This briefing provides evidence about the nature and extent of the gender pay gap in the United Kingdom, and how it has changed over recent years.

Engaging the 21st-century workforce: global human capital trends 2014: country report: United Kingdom

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As the world comes out of the recession, organisations see a new workforce - one that’s younger, more demanding, and more dynamic than ever.

The high-impact HR operating model: HR has a new mission, here's the plan

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Nearly 40 percent of the measurable difference between high- and low-performing organisations can be traced back to leadership development and people management.

The time to act is now: Fawcett's gender pay gap briefing

This briefing provides evidence about the nature and extent of the gender pay gap in the United Kingdom, and how it has changed over recent years.

Performance management: HR 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.

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