Tips from three leading headhunters

Directors must ask the right questions and support — and challenge — chief executives

Conflicting tasks of millennials put baby boomers to shame

More than 7 of 10 young workers would put off marriage and parenthood

Why moral companies do immoral things

Are sins more common at companies that believe they embody ethical virtue?

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Robots muscle in on the job interview

Automation may avoid human error but it could discourage recruits

Dictionary chief on words in a post-truth, Trump and Brexit world

Oxford English Dictionary can define post-truth, but post-Brexit is still a mystery

At a time of unexpected change, leaders must contain high anxiety

Regardless of politics, employers must serve all staff — especially outsiders

Unions can help heal fractured societies

Collective bargaining can become a countervailing force once more

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Fake MBAs haunt CVs even in the internet age

Background checks are making it more difficult to get away with dishonesty

Cleaning up horrific scenes takes guts and empathy

Jobs too gory for others can be highly satisfying, says Rentokil’s Luke Rutterford

Joseph Heller’s Catch-22 is the greatest of all business books

This is a brilliant insight into management, hierarchy and organisational life

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Values statements should be brief and short on cheese

The more frenetic examples seem to be trying to do too many things

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