New figures today reveal that SMEs are predicted to recruit 202,000 new apprentices in the next 12 months.
MPs on the Women and Equalities Committee have attacked the government for failing to implement reforms aimed at eliminating the gender pay gap.
A former Uber engineer has come forward with allegations of sexual harassment and discrimination in the latest controversy to surround the company, particularly on issues around the treatment of women at the firm.
Employees at Miller and Carter restaurant have rejected an interviewee applying for a job – via text emoji.
A first-of-its-kind employer toolkit designed to help businesses recruit and retain more single parents and care leavers has been launched today.
More than 350 employers have been named and shamed today as the Government publishes the largest ever list of national minimum and living wage offenders.
Workers at Lloyd’s of London have been banned from drinking during the day after around half of disciplinary cases were found to relate to alcohol, but does not affect the brokers and underwriters from other firms who are based in the same building.
New figures released today from The Office for National Statistics (ONS) show in a ‘flash’ estimate, the weakening of labour productivity growth to 0.3 per cent in the final quarter of 2016. Output per hour – the ONS’ main measure of labour productivity – grew by 0.3 per cent in Quarter 4 (Oct to Dec)…
Staff at King Georges Hospital, Ilford, have reacted angrily to the instant dismissal of a trusted colleague. Hospital Porter, Aldren Tomlinson, was told his 15 years loyal service was terminated following a misunderstanding over a £4.00 breakfast.
This webinar will explore the use of technology in creating a unique and effective candidate experience, from passive engagement to successful applications and beyond.
The craft brewery will be the first in the industry to offer its workforce time off to settle a new pet, and the first company in the US to pioneer the puppy incentive
A third of UK employers who will be eligible to pay the new apprenticeship levy from this April are not aware of its existence according to a survey from leader in skills development, City & Guilds.
An ex-employee of Pimlico Plumbers has won a legal battle for working rights in the latest significant court ruling over employee status in the modern workplace.
Busaba, the modern-Bangkok restaurant group, is taking an alternative approach to engaging its colleagues and guests with the introduction of mindfulness classes this month.
Almost 700 jobs are under threat at Waitrose as it plans several store closures and embarks on an ambitious management restructure.