Working women organise their time, tasks and diaries more efficiently, meaning they minimise the likelihood of their colleagues interrupting valuable time out
A new report by Young Women’s Trust shows that under-25s are missing out on between £820 and £6,300 a year because they are not entitled to the legal ‘National Living Wage’.
Britain’s biggest defence contractor, BAE Systems, is to cut almost 2,000 jobs in military, maritime and intelligence services, the firm says.
Organisations need to create a culture that makes people give their best, but many fail to do this as they assume such a culture already exists. How can organisations change this?
Film producer Harvey Weinstein, one of the most powerful men in Hollywood, has been sacked by his own company amid a slew of sexual harassment allegations that reportedly date back decades.
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UK businesses are failing to support a culture of innovation despite employees believing that their companies would benefit from fresh ideas and innovative ways of working, new research shows.
Data from Health Assured reveals that employees at companies which provide an integrated employee benefits platform are less likely to call their Employee Assistance Programme (EAP) helpline.
59 per cent of employers believe employee involvement in recruitment via social media risks damaging rather than enhancing the employer brand, according to a study.
The firm that installed the famous statue on Wall Street has been accused by the US Department of Labor of paying hundreds of female executives less than male colleagues.
While globally we have seen computerisation replace traditional jobs such as cashiers and bookkeepers – how certain are we that robots will take over our jobs?
Up to 75 per cent of disabled people find that their condition has an impact when job-hunting, according to new research from the Recruitment Industry Disability Initiative (RIDI).
Labour MPs join forces to lobby companies to get behind BAME employees.
The Health Insurance Group are urging employers to think just as much about caring for employees and their families whilst they are preparing for, and returning from, an overseas assignment, as they do when an employee first relocates for an assignment.
The Transfer of Undertakings (Protection of Employment) Regulations 2006 (TUPE) continue to generate difficult questions, more than 35 years after they were originally introduced in 1981.