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  • Making work better, making Britain betterWith the general election now just months away, in this article, Frances O'Grady the General Secretary of the TUC sets out a manifesto for better work. She argues that Britain needs a completely new kind of workplace architecture from stronger employment rights to a fairer distribution of reward and a much more powerful voice for workers.
  • Case study: Joint engagement in TUPE trainingSupporting a TUPE transfer can be a challenge for both the transferor and transferee employer and, most importantly, for the employee. In this case study, Jasmine Gartner, an IPA Associate recalls a recent training session at a large employer that engaged all sides in the process.
  • The measurement and understanding of human capital - a journeyWe all know that a major factor in the success of an organisation is its people. But how do we measure human capital and compare it across organisations? A major project led by CIPD, CIMA and CMI is looking to develop a common understanding of human capital metrics that can bring together the HR and finance communities in order to drive up standards and performance. Ahead of the launch of the first findings today, Peter Cheese, Chief Executive of the CIPD explains the genesis of the project and the progress
  • News in Brief - July 2014All the latest news from the world of employee engagement and industrial relations.
  • The one, two, three of employee voiceIPA research for Acas, released today, shows that although employee engagement has increased despite the recession, there remains a challenge in terms of giving employees a voice at work. Here, Brendan Barber, the new Chair of Acas and former General Secretary of the TUC, reflects on the findings of the research. He encourages employers to embrace the 'one, two, three of employee voice' going beyond just communication, to give them a real role in decision-making.