Working in later life is key to raising tax revenue, reducing welfare bill and promoting financial independence in retirement, Centre for Ageing Better argues
Almost all employers offer their staff paid time off during a time of bereavement, according to a survey from XpertHR.
Business leaders are missing opportunities to drive sustainable performance and are potentially putting their organisations at risk due to flawed decision making.
Recruitment still in the dark ages as employers continue to ignore rights of pregnant women and new mothers
British employers are “living in the dark ages” and have worrying attitudes towards unlawful behaviour when it comes to recruiting women, new statistics from the Equality and Human Rights Commission reveal.
New Workforces 2025 report demonstrates businesses need to do more to encourage employees and embrace the Fourth Industrial Revolution
Dominant UK reward model is failing: new approaches must address low pay, gender pay and total rewards
A new research paper by the Institute for Employment Studies (IES) identifies areas where employers and policymakers should act to reinvigorate their pay practices to improve employee engagement and productivity.
New research launched today reveals that the average UK professional has gone two years without any training, with more than one in ten having no training in over four years.
This week, Tax-Free Childcare opens to all remaining eligible families: parents whose youngest child is under 12. The new scheme helps working parents with the cost of childcare.
More than half of UK adults (53 per cent) believe that people are more aware of mental health conditions than they were five years ago
A new guide highlights the benefits of employing a neurodiverse workforce as estimates suggest 10% of UK population is in some way neurodivergent
Research into how much having a job costs has found that working in the UK could cost you an average of £1,623 a year in work-related expenses.
Executives should ditch meetings, quit multitasking and learn how to delegate to maximise productivity in the office, experts have warned.
A third of businesses view apprentices as the most valuable source of emerging talent in 2018, according to a new poll.
58 per cent of UK jobseekers have accepted a second-choice job offer because a potential employer took too long to make a decision