Mental Health and Work in the UK – a sobering view from the outside
Stephen Bevan writes about the OECD’s new report looking at the way the UK supports people in the labour market who are living with mental illness.View on the Lancaster University website
HR Magazine: 'Flexible working should be open to everyone'
In a column in HR Magazine, Professor Cary Cooper argues that flexible working provides employees with more control, transmits trust and allows for a better work-life balance.View on the HR Magazine website
HR Magazine: 'Building resilience among workers in the economic upturn'
HR Magazine examines the growing focus in organisations on building the resilience of employees who have survived the cuts. Professor Cary Cooper, author of Building Resilience for Success, says that highly resilient people are also more productive, and have four key traits: purposefulness, confidence, adaptability, and the ability to build social supports.View on the HR Magazine website
New journal to explore role of people in organisational effectiveness
Professors Cary Cooper and Paul Sparrow of the Centre for Performance-Led HR at LUMS are the founding editors of a new journal to be launched by Emerald Group Publishing in 2014.