Writing – a powerful self-reflection tool

Written by Alison Jones on 3 February 2022 in Features

Exploratory writing is a simple way to improve wellbeing and much more says Alison Jones 

Providing opportunities for young Americans

Written by Lili Allen on 3 February 2022 in Features

Lili Allen looks at how US employers can help young workers advance in an economy leaving them behind

4 ways to combat burnout in HR teams

Written by Charlotte Penny on 2 February 2022 in Features

Charlotte Penny looks at the ways HR leaders can reduce stress in their people


Should we be attracting the ‘brightest and best’?

Written by Yash Dubal on 1 February 2022 in Opinion

Immigration specialist, Yash Dubal argues that the government’s preoccupation with skilled workers could hamper productivity

Changing perceptions of neurodiversity

Written by Jacqui Wallis on 28 January 2022 in Features

Jacqui Wallis discusses the neurodivergent workforce and how to recruit, retain and get the best from this valuable group of people 

TJ Newsflash: 25 January

Written by Debbie Carter on 25 January 2022 in News

This week’s selection of news, research and insights from across the world.

The TJ Podcast: January 2022

Written by Debbie Carter on 25 January 2022 in Podcast

Looking to the future: what does 2022 hold for organisations, their leaders and people?

Virtual Reality as a communication tool

Written by Debbie Carter on 24 January 2022 in Features

A case study of how Hyundai Card used the metaverse to engage and reward their teams during Covid restrictions


How to eat in a modern meeting

Written by Jo Bryant on 21 January 2022 in Features

Jo Bryant lays out her top tips on how to navigate eating at work in the remote world  

The rise of corporate research funding

Written by Adrian Mulligan on 19 January 2022 in Features

Adrian Mulligan reveals the results of Elsevier’s recent study into research funding. With a change in direction across fields there are many opportunities researchers should embrace

How to build an extreme team for extreme times

Written by George Karseras on 17 January 2022 in Features

There has never been a tougher time to lead a team says George Karseras and building trust from the start is key

Does working from home still deliver value?

Written by Ed Bernacki on 14 January 2022 in Features

Ed Bernacki offers three skills to make our WFH more effective

The last laugh: bad gags, sexism and xenophobia

Written by Stephanie Davies on 14 January 2022 in Opinion

Stephanie Davies reflects on humour and how it can be a measure of social change

TJ Newsflash: 13 January

Written by Debbie Carter on 13 January 2022 in News

A selection of news and views compiled by TJ’s editor.

How the pandemic affected the mental health of the disabled

Written by Kitty Bates on 13 January 2022 in Features

Coronavirus has affected us all, but Kitty Bates reminds us that disabled people have suffered more than most

Developing muscle for the unexpected

Written by Christian Busch on 13 January 2022 in Opinion

If you master one skill in 2022 says Christian Busch make it cultivating serendipity 

The metaverse: a new kind of workplace

Written by Frank Weishaupt on 11 January 2022 in Opinion

Frank Weishaupt on working through immersive technologies that will build and nurture collaboration and innovation in a hybrid workforce

Is Imposter Syndrome responsible for the Great Resignation?

Written by Luke Smith on 11 January 2022 in Features

Could Imposter Syndrome be impacting attrition rates in organisations? Luke Smith investigates

TJ Christmas Newsflash: 23 December

Written by Debbie Carter on 23 December 2021 in News

A celebratory look at the news before we close for the holidays

3 steps to building a brand

Written by Grant Polachek on 22 December 2021 in Features

Thinking of setting up your own business? Grant Polachek reveals how to launch a successful brand in 2022