Staff Writer, People Management

People Management, one of the biggest business media brands in the UK is looking for a talented and ambitious Staff Writer to join our brilliant editorial team.

Haymarket Business Media
Office Location
Twickenham - Bridge House
Office Address
Haymarket Media, 69 London Road, Twickenham, TW1 3SP
Job Category
Editorial & Content Creation
Full Time / Part Time
Permanent / Fixed Term Contract
Ref No

Job Description

People Management is one of the biggest business media brands in the UK, spanning a monthly magazine (138,000 copies per month), quarterly thought leadership title, popular website and daily newsletter, fast-growing podcast and range of brand extensions. Aimed at HR and learning professionals, as well as a broader business audience, it is known for high quality journalism and for tackling important societal issues in depth, from #MeToo and gender pay reporting to migration and the use of AI in recruitment.

We now have a vacancy for a talented and ambitious staff writer able to contribute news and feature articles across our channels, spanning a variety of different styles and types of article. This is an excellent opportunity for an individual who would like to tackle an interesting range of subject matter in a busy, well-resourced editorial team. It would particularly suit a writer from a B2B background or with experience of writing about associated issues, who is keen to test themselves in a new role. 


Key responsibilities:

  • Writing news and feature articles, and contributing ideas to the People Management editorial process
  • Developing a broad understanding of labour market and employment law issues, as well as making useful contacts
  • Supporting the development of other members of the team
  • Contributing where appropriate to the People Management podcast


Key attributes:

  • Experience of writing articles for B2B brands, with a broad understanding of business issues
  • Able to work independently but contribute positively to a close knit editorial team
  • Experience of working across different channels, with clear ideas about what makes successful digital content work
  • A track record of writing to a proficient level across different styles and lengths of copy
  • Journalistic qualifications and/or relevant experience in a professional journalistic environment