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Editor’s note: This report has to be a wake-up call for all organisations. Research suggests that managers, rather than helping alleviate stress in the workplace, are contributing to it. That is probably not new news but it shocking nonetheless. The research shows managers are not being supported so that they can in turn better support their teams.

Curated Graphic representation of the CIPD profession map
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Editor’s note: The LPI has launched its Capability Map and now the CIPD has launched its profession map. The CIPD is taking an interesting approach here by putting three core principles at the heart of its approach. They are: principles-led, evidence-based and outcomes driven. There’s a lot to take on board here. Take a look at what is sees as the core skills for learning.

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Editor’s note: This is a very interesting piece of research from the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development. It asked 3,700 employees to what extent they use the skills they have in work and how they develop new skills at work. There are some useful insights into the L&D tactics that are most useful.

Curated Human neuron cells in the brain as a medical symbol representing psychology and the science of neurology research in finding treatment for mental health diseases as alzheimer dementia and autism.
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Editor’s note: This is a really useful guide to neurodiversity in the workplace. What adjustments are L&D teams making to ensure learning is open to all?

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Editor’s note: The CIPD’s chief economist Mark Beaston looks at why training in the UK is so bad despite the fact employees are keen to learn.

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