CPHR news

There are two sides to flexibility 30/10/14

There are two sides to flexibility

In his column in HR Magazine Cary Cooper says that new underemployment figures hint at the polarising effects of flexibility without balance.

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HR must stay focused on NHS wellbeing 23/10/14

HR must stay focused on NHS wellbeing

In an opinion piece in HR magazine, Professor Cary Cooper says that for most NHS staff the desire to help people and their own control over that role that is the real driver of wellbeing.

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Is HR failing to capitalize on big data? 16/10/14

Is HR failing to capitalize on big data?

Professor Paul Sparrow's research into building capability inside the HR function is featured in an article in Forbes. 

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LUMS professor voted top HR thinker 29/09/14

LUMS professor voted top HR thinker

Professor Cary Cooper has been voted HR Magazine’s Most Influential UK Thinker 2014.

Branson unlimited holiday plan for Virgin blazes trail others should follow 25/09/14

Branson unlimited holiday plan for Virgin blazes trail others should follow

Cary Cooper argues that Virgin’s unlimited holiday offer to employees is something that other employers should copy.

Is freelancing a lonely business? 25/07/14

Is freelancing a lonely business?

Professor Cary Cooper is quoted in the Guardian’s Work Blog. “The downside of working from home is the lack of social interaction,” says Cooper.

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