New research by Lee Hecht Harrison Penna, the global people management business has found a fifth of UK employees feel discriminated against in promotion decisions.
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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.
Retailer warns of job losses to fund salary rises, but government expected to resist calls to rethink further increases
Talent has gone digital – even great-grandparents are Skyping, texting, tweeting and checking into Facebook. If the baby boomers and even the veterans are doing it why aren’t contemporary HR professionals? According to Cap Gemini, 75% of leaders in HR and talent management say their companies are behind the curve in the use of internal…
Ahead of the introduction of the National Living Wage on 1 April 2016, the Recruitment and Employment Confederation (REC) has released data showing how employers are likely to respond to rising wage bills.
A tipping point where flexible working will become more common than working from an office will be reached next year, according to a report.
It’s a fact of life that not everybody can get on with each other. In our personal lives we can simply avoid the people we don’t like – but in the office we may be forced to deal with those we find difficult, which can sometimes lead to conflict.
38 percent of UK employers don’t check whether their potential staff have the ‘right to work’ in the UK, according to a new study which claims that only 58 percent of organisations conduct any background screening checks on new hires.
Today Cameron will announce that tens of thousands of people with mental health conditions will be supported to find or return to work as part of a massive new drive to transform treatment in England.
Two-thirds of UK employees are now saving into a workplace pension following the introduction of auto-enrolment pensions, according to recent research from CIPD Employee Outlook (EO).
The competitive recruitment landscape and increasing popularity of social media are fundamentally changing the way UK companies attract staff, according to a recent report.
The government is introducing amendments to hand local authorities the power to extend Sunday opening hours.
New findings from the Barometer on Change cast the UK skills shortage into sharp relief. The 2015/16 Barometer, produced by business transformation consultancy Moorhouse and now in its fourth year, found 97 percent of board members and their direct reports admit they need new or additional skills to successfully deliver their strategies.
Millennials are more demanding on managers’ time and need more support in the workplace than any other generation, according to a survey conducted by Cascade HR.
New research shows that almost one in three UK workers believe that the increasing prominence of remote working and flexible hours is damaging the average office ambience.