Chancellor Philip Hammond has announced his Autumn budget, which reveals what the current government has in store for the UK.
Changes to IR35 are expected in the Autumn Budget announcement due this afternoon, the REC warns that this could result in increased prices
The Work and Pensions and Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy Committees has published a joint report and draft bill that aims to close some of the loopholes in the gig economy.
A new paper by Urgent Technology analyses how organisations can better protect themselves against cyber-attacks
Deloitte survey shows only two in ten UK leaders think there are enough school leavers and graduates with the appropriate digital skills
New research has found that nearly two thirds (60.2 per cent) of employees feel embarrassed about disclosing information on the state of their mental health with their employer.
Research has found that 39 per cent of UK hiring managers have not received training in unconscious bias best-practice as part of the recruitment process in their current company.
To boost growth, productivity and earnings, the UK should encourage lifelong learning among adults and promote better skills utilisation, according to a new OECD report.
Businesses should review employee benefits to check their suitability for people at different stages in their lives.
A new mobile app, developed by international skills training company Prosell Learning won “best in class” at the DevLearn Conference and Expo held in Las Vegas last week. DevLearn is North America’s leading conference on workplace learning technologies. Run by the eLearning Guild, it brings together executives from around the world to share knowledge, expertise…
Over 3000 higher and degree apprenticeships have been announced, giving individuals a wider choice of options for entering higher education in 2018, widening access to the professions and higher level technical skills.
Blended talent pools, made up of a mix of permanent employees, contractors and freelancers, will make up the workforce of the future.
As the world prepares to mark International Men’s Day on November 19, global businesses are reporting an increase in the numbers of men who move abroad to support their partner’s career – and are having to battle sexist attitudes.
‘Jobs from Gumtree’ addresses changing needs of today’s workers
A cleaner has been banned from the outsourcing supplier site handy and fined £25 for being ill, BBC news reports.