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

 

How businesses can retain staff amid the 'Great Resignation’

How businesses can retain staff amid the 'Great Resignation’

MT Asks leaders for their best retention tips.

Does hybrid working spell the end for formal attire?

Does hybrid working spell the end for formal attire?

No suit you sir? As M&S reduces its availability of suits for sale, MT asks if the days of dressing up for the office are over.

How to delegate work without staff thinking you’re lazy

How to delegate work without staff thinking you’re lazy

Are you dodging or delegating work? Your staff think you are dodging it either way. Here’s how to avoid their defiance.

Why tomorrow’s leaders won’t need a degree, but a lifelong approach to learning

Why tomorrow’s leaders won’t need a degree, but a lifelong approach to learning

MT Asks: Do the next generation of CEOs need a degree?

Hybrid work policies: See how your firm compares

Hybrid work policies: See how your firm compares

What does the future of work look like? Keep up, with Management Today’s live blog on the long-term remote working plans of top businesses.

Bad Management Today: Stop demanding your staff's attention when they’re on holiday

Bad Management Today: Stop demanding your staff's attention when they’re on holiday

A third of employees receive work-related WhatsApp messages while out of office, research reveals.

A WFH pay cut? Here’s why MT readers disagree.

A WFH pay cut? Here’s why MT readers disagree.

MT Asks: Are you considering paying your remote staff less than your office workers? Here’s why 82% of our readers said no.

How to be taken seriously in business

How to be taken seriously in business

The most successful Apprentice winner, Mark Wright, had to win over his peers.

How to communicate controversial changes to stakeholders

How to communicate controversial changes to stakeholders

MT Asks: How do you communicate changes that could have a negative short-term impact?

Why Google’s work from home pay cut is inherently sexist

Why Google’s work from home pay cut is inherently sexist

Opinion: Penalising remote workers will magnify pay gaps.