HRD e-Magazines

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  • HRD issue 15.01

    HRD looks at the biggest disruptive forces that will impact HR over the next 12 months in L&D, executive relationships, technology and leadership development

  • HRD issue 14.12

    HRD looks back at the key trends, emerging themes and notable challenges for HR this year in five key areas: employment law, technology, leadership development, reward & recognition, and L&D

  • HRD issue 14.11

    HRD’s annual hot list brings together the best of the best in the industry

  • HRD issue 14.10

    Who made the grade in HRD’s 2016 Rising Stars list?

  • HRD issue 14.09

    The 2016-17 HR jobs market will be both good and bad, depending on which side of the employer/candidate fence you currently sit. Find out what’s in store for you and your team in HRD’s annual salary and jobs guide

  • HRD issue 14.08

    HRD’s readers have spoken. In our second annual HR Report, we get the lowdown from the frontline on the key challenges and opportunities facing the profession.

  • HRD issue 14.07

    From handling a complicated global matrix structure to grooming the next generation of leaders, HR in one of the great media and entertainment companies is never dull. Iain Hopkins chats to their regional head of HR

  • HRD issue 14.06

    HRD’s annual leadership issue presents interviews with four leading CEOs and insights from thought leaders on building trust as a leader, succession planning, and grooming the next generation of leaders

  • HRD issue 14.05

    HRD’s second annual Employer of Choice has been voted on by the people who matter most: employees. Find out who’s leading the pack

  • HRD issue 14.04

    Rapid growth into Asia and a keen focus on D&I are key focus areas for global liquor giant Brown-Forman. Here are Michelle Phipps’ top tips

  • HRD issue 14.03

    Innovative companies will invariably be leaders in their field. See who made the grade in HRD’s inaugural Innovative HR Teams list

  • HRD issue 14.02

    When Geoffrey Woodcroft joined Peabody Energy in 2010 the resources boom was at its peak; HR was focused on growth. Fast-forward six years and things have changed – dramatically. Iain Hopkins chats to one HRD who believes HR comes into its own when the chips are down

  • HRD issue 13.12

    From the reinvention of performance management to the age disruption and HR’s evolving role, HRD takes a look back at 2015.

  • HRD issue 13.11

    Who has made the grade in HRD’s annual who’s who list? Who is blazing the trail for others to follow? Our 2015 Hot List reveals all

  • HRD issue 13.10

    Any HR professional will tell you a merger can be a recipe for disaster. However, it’s unlikely those same HR professionals have gone through anything quite so traumatic as Vodafone’s last six years. Iain Hopkins talks to one HRD who’s seen it all