Rachel Suff

Senior Employee Relations Advisor, CIPD

Rachel leads on the CIPD’s public policy work for employment relations and health and well-being, and is a policy and research professional with over 20 years’ experience in the employment and HR arena. She has recently led a range of policy and research studies about health and wellbeing at work, including the CIPD’s annual Health and well-being at work survey report and represents the CIPD on key Government and external advisory groups, such as the Work and Health Unit Employer Engagement Forum.  Rachel is a qualified HR practitioner and researcher with an MSc in Human Resource Management from Portsmouth University and a post-graduate diploma in social research methods from Sussex University; her prior roles include working as a senior policy adviser at Acas.