Why there is such a need for procurement staff right now? 
Procurement staff are in-demand across a range of industries at the moment. In the latest ...
Read More
The benefits of fixed term contracts
As we approach the end of 2021, your organisation may be thinking about how to tackle skills gaps in...
Read More
Can accountants drive sustainability improvements in the SME space? 
The Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) has launched a new playbook to h...
Read More
What does the 2021 UK Budget announcement mean for UK housing?  
The recent Budget announcement from Chancellor Rishi Sunak featured a number of important spending...
Read More
The seven pillars of clinical governance – how healthcare organisations keep standards high
All public sector healthcare services have a duty to maintain high standards in the quality of care ...
Read More
How the role of HR leaders in the public sector has changed
What do you look for in the ideal HR public sector leader? Emotional intelligence, the ability to na...
Read More
How social housing is key to post-COVID economic growth in the UK
With a post-COVID economic crisis potentially looming for the UK, it’s more important than eve...
Read More
What the latest proposals for ICSs could mean for the NHS workforce
The NHS has released new proposals for integrated care systems (ICSs), which it believes are the fut...
Read More
Digital transformation within the public sector
Digital technologies are having a significant impact on the public sector. Recent Deloitte surveys h...
Read More
Housing associations overcoming COVID hiring challenges with flexible working, study finds
Many industries are facing unprecedented recruitment challenges due to COVID-19, but one seems to ha...
Read More
Could rise in remote working transform the role of HR within the NHS?
Remote working has rocketed in the wake of the COVID-19 lockdown, in the UK and worldwide. This incr...
Read More
How procurement within the NHS can adapt and learn from the Coronavirus pandemic
Once the UK enters the ‘new normal’ and we’ve all had time to reflect on the COVID...
Read More