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  • The 'human lag': how technology sets the pace at workIn this article Sir Brendan Barber Acas Chair summaries some of the key findings from the Mind Over Machines research paper by the IPA, commissioned by Acas. He discusses how the human element of the introduction of new technology might be the flaw in the argument that robots will take all of our jobs.
  • Purposeful leadership matters more than everIn this article Katie Bailey, Professor of Management at the University of Sussex discusses findings from new research on Purposeful Leadership. She outlines some of the things that a leader needs to do to be a purposeful leader including: vision, ethics and commitment to stakeholders.
  • News In Brief May 2017All the latest news from the world of employee relations and industrial relations.
  • Matthew Taylor: politicians should commit to making all work "good work"This article provides a summary of Matthew Taylor's speech from the Good Work for All event held on the 9th of May. Matthew Taylor is chief executive of the RSA and Chair of the Government's Review into Modern Employment Practices, proposes a new national goal of good work for all.
  • Creating Mentally Healthy WorkplacesIn this article Meghan Grant, Research and Policy Officer at the IPA, writes about the importance of creating a mentally healthy workplace. Using the NHS 'Mentally Healthy Workplace' intervention as an example, she explores the key themes and processes that can be used to improve any organisation's approach to mental health.