Orianna Rosa Royle

Senior reporter

At Management Today, you’ll find Orianna interviewing Britain’s top bosses, championing inclusive leadership and bringing to light issues impacting workers - From the lack of miscarriage policies to the misuse of mental health champions, the list goes on.

Having worked as a presenter and video journalist, Orianna Rosa Royle pivoted to the magazine industry in 2017. She has written and filmed for a number of media publications including Campaign, Market Leader, Women’s Health, Sky News, Your Local Guardian and London Live.

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Email her: orianna.royle@haymarket.com

 

Has remote working killed company culture?

Has remote working killed company culture?

MT Asks: Leaders give their verdict on WFH, “nothing can really replace human connection."

Should it become illegal to contact staff after hours?

Should it become illegal to contact staff after hours?

MT Asks: Should the UK bring in a ‘right to rest’ law?

Can you still say 'guys' at work?

Can you still say 'guys' at work?

Opinion: Keep calling women "guys", but first promote, praise, and pay us like them too.

It’s not hard, leaders. Schedule your emails at a decent hour.

It’s not hard, leaders. Schedule your emails at a decent hour.

If leaders were more considerate, a right to rest law would be redundant, says Rainforest Alliance's CEO, Santiago Gowland.

How we recovered after our first product was "a total flop"

How we recovered after our first product was "a total flop"

5 Minutes With...Jessica Rolph co-founder and CEO of Lovevery.

It’s time for the post-Covid Christmas party - who’s in?

It’s time for the post-Covid Christmas party - who’s in?

MT ASKS firms if and how they’re celebrating festivities this year.

Companies who don't pay fairly "need to be dragged out of the dark ages"

Companies who don't pay fairly "need to be dragged out of the dark ages"

In conversation with Patricia Bright, who is a finfluencer and founder of The Break Platform.

Facebook to Meta: Can a rebrand save a bad reputation?

Facebook to Meta: Can a rebrand save a bad reputation?

“It takes 20 years to build a reputation and five minutes to ruin it”, Warren Buffett famously said. MT Asks whether the answer is to rebrand and start again.

'The only productivity hack that works for me is to get more rest'

'The only productivity hack that works for me is to get more rest'

5 minutes with...the founder and CEO of Juggle Jobs, Romanie Thomas

Gen Z workers are harder to manage, say MT readers

Gen Z workers are harder to manage, say MT readers

Over 55% of MT's readers say Gen Z staff are harder to manage than their older counterparts. But perhaps they should embrace the many positive workplace changes they are trying to enact.