Menopause is a workplace issue: here’s how to design a fit-for-purpose policy

Menopause is a workplace issue, yet it remains a taboo subject in many companies

Baroness McGregor-Smith is new CIPD president

Her appointment is a boon to female and ethnic minority leadership in business

CIPD calls for ethnicity pay reporting to be mandatory from 2023

New guide launched to help firms report their ethnicity pay gap as research finds just 13 FTSE 100 companies report the data

Despite homeworking trend, job flexibility suffers

The pandemic has highlighted great inequalities between those that can work from home, and those that have no flexible working rights at all

CIPD calls for the right to bereavement leave and pay to be extended

Professional body for Human Resources highlights the need for bereavement leave to be extended in the wake of the pandemic

Quarter of employees believe bullying and harassment are overlooked

CIPD’s new report calls on organisations to train managers to be more effective at managing bulling and harassment in the workplace.

CEOs’ pay overtakes average worker’s entire 2020 pay in just three days

Annual ‘High Pay Day’ figures published with warning to employers not to treat new CEO pay reporting requirements as a tick-box exercise.

49% of staff believe they are a victim of unfair pay, says CIPD report

Keeping staff in the dark about salaries feeds the perception of unfair pay, new research from the CIPD finds.

CIPD calls for enhanced management training to curb stress at work

Two-fifths of UK businesses have seen a rise in stress-related absence in 12 months, with heavy workloads and poor management style to blame.

The damage unconscious bias is having on the leadership of tomorrow

Only 51% of the FTSE 100 companies have Directors from black and minority ethnic (BAME) backgrounds, and only 8% of the total Director population in the UK.