What Jim Bowen and ‘Bullseye’ can teach us about equality

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One of my guilty pleasures is watching repeats of ‘Bullseye’ on Challenge. It’s a northerner thing. Like the many millions who watched the gameshow in the ’80s and ’90s, I fondly remember tuning in every Sunday. It was proper entertainment for the family. Harmless fun that caused no offence to anyone. Or did it? AsRead more

Career’s Evening talk recap: Association of Business Psychology

On 7 March 2018, an Association for Business Psychology (ABP) Career’s Evening took place at Loughborough University. The aim of the event was to expose students (both undergrad and postgraduate) to the world of work as a Business Psychologist.   The evening kicked off with speaker and student registration, followed by a welcoming and introduction,Read more

HR and employment law predictions for 2018

This Blog post was written by Mark Butterick. As life gets back to some kind of normality following the Christmas holidays it seems like a good time to take a look in to a crystal ball and consider the key HR and employment law themes that might influence workplaces and wider society the most duringRead more

Cheryl Travers: Write your way to enhanced wellbeing

One evening recently whilst I was chilling in front of the TV, glass of wine in hand, reflecting on the past challenging week and feeling relieved it was finally the weekend, a Facebook message suddenly popped up. A friend had included me in a Facebook group as she had news to share, news which she warnedRead more