Acas uses cookies to ensure we give you the best experience and to make the site simpler. Find out more about cookies.

Website URL :

The Acas Blog

Acas blog banner

Acas experts and guest bloggers share their views, experiences and insights on the world of employment relations, including areas such as conflict management, health and wellbeing, employee engagement and the future of work.

We invite you to comment on the blogs below.

Please note the views expressed in the blogs are those of the individual bloggers and do not necessarily reflect those of the Acas Council.

  • Acas and Early Conciliation: Anne Sharp

    Monday 14 April 2014

    Anne Sharp, Acas Chief Executive, discusses Acas' purpose and the launch of the Early Conciliation service earlier this month.

  • Early Conciliation - an insider's view: Andrew Cowler

    Friday 4 April 2014

    Andrew Cowler, Acas Conciliator, talks about Acas' Early Conciliation service launching on 6 April 2014.

  • Preparing for the future world of work: Rachel Pinto

    Thursday 20 March 2014

    Planning for the future is often the subtext to everyday life. Whether it's eating more healthily to improve life expectancy or recycling leftovers to save the environment. But what about preparing for the future world of work? New research out this month explores the jobs and skills needed in 2030. But what's the subtext of this for employers and employees in the years ahead?

  • Who wants to be... A good conflict manager: Gill Dix

    Tuesday 18 March 2014

    Attendees at Professor Paul Latreille's workshop at the recent East of England Acas conference were given a handset for voting - reminiscent of the ones used by the audience in the TV show <em>Who Wants to be a Millionaire</em>? But the issue in question at the workshop wasn't geography, science, history or popular culture. It was the audience's experience of conflict at work, and what they perceive as the solutions.

  • Coronation Street star talks about OCD: Adrian Wakeling

    Monday 10 March 2014

    The Time for Change campaign, Time to Talk, has been working very hard in recent times to get us all to hold a conversation with someone about mental health. This does not have to be the kind of conversation that makes you feel uncomfortable. It can simply mean asking someone how they are feeling.

  1. 1
  2. 28
  3. 29
  4. 30
  5. 31
  6. 32
  7. 33
  8. 34
  9. 35
  10. 36
  11. 36