The government is to lift the long-standing one per cent annual cap on public sector pay from 2018, with police and prison officers set to be the first beneficiaries of the Government’s decision.
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Nearly a fifth of respondents say they’ve gone into work when feeling mentally unwell – equivalent to 5.8 million British workers
With 50 per cent of the world’s population being under 30, businesses are seeking to figure out the ‘millennial mindset’ for the purposes of recruitment, retention and talent management.
Nearly a third of fit notes issued by GPs are for psychiatric problems, says an NHS report.
The World Athletics Championships recently ended, but one of its defining moments will have people talking for some time. Darren Maw discusses what athletics can teach us about regulatory culture.
The median pay for chief executives of FTSE 100 companies has fallen by almost 20 per cent over the past year, according to accountancy firm Deloitte.
Liz Cheaney, director of HR at Coffin Mews Solicitors discusses the Google gender debate and diversity in the workplace.
Google has denounced a male software engineer’s memo that argues the lack of women in top tech jobs was due to biological differences between men and women.
Two thirds of the BBC’s top earners are male the Corporation has revealed, bringing into question the public sector broadcaster’s attempts to tackle the gender pay gap.
A government review into the employment of the UK’s “gig economy” workers has called for better quality jobs and “dignity at work”.
The Supreme Court has ruled in favour of HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) in its fight with Rangers over the club’s use of Employee Benefit Trusts (EBTs).
More and more fathers are missing out on paternity pay because they are self employed, new figures from the TUC suggest.
The ex Apprenticeships Minister Robert Halfon was asked to leave by the PM and revealed she did not give a reason for her decision, adding: “The Prime Minister has to make these decisions, I wasn’t really given a reason”.
With the General election only a week away, business, individuals and HR teams alike will be wondering how the next UK Government plans to respond to the changing employment landscape. We’ve pulled together a brief summary of the election’s three front-runners to help you compare policies on all things work-related, from zero-hour contracts to maternity and paternity pay.
A company has apologised to a graduate jobseeker for branding her a “home educated oddball” and “left-wing loon tree hugger” in comments accidentally attached to an email. Anna Jacobs, from Horsmonden, Kent, had applied for a position at Tonbridge-based Tecomak Environmental Services. The young jobseeker was left upset and angry when an employer called her a “one…