Uber, the app-based taxi booking service, is facing legal action from unions over allegations its drivers are not receiving basic workers’ rights.
The government has launched an investigation to ensure more people can take advantage of new pension freedoms introduced in April.
Workers want more education on retirement issues, with topics varying depending on a person’s age, according to a new survey from Partnership, a specialist provider of financial solutions for people with health and lifestyle conditions.
The infographic looks at some of the factors teams need in order to be successful, including having a clear vision, a solid support system and mutual responsibility for the outcome.
National Cycle to work day returns for its third year on 3rd September. The national events aims to encourage employees to cycle to work for just one day.
The nation finds have difficult conversations tougher at work than at home, according to new research by Chartered Management Institute (CMI).
The management and route of a person’s career is very different to the one our parents’ took.
Many UK employees are working longer hours due to the impact of workplace technology, a new survey has revealed.
Humans Resources (HR) teams should focus on a new set of skills during mergers and acquisitions (M&A) if they are not to be perceived as a peripheral part of the process, according to new research from Towers Watson.
Advertised salaries have fallen to an 11-month low, as growth in the workforce is driven by lower-paid roles and part-time positions, according to the latest UK Job Market Report from, Adzuna.co.uk.
Businesses should embrace the Rugby World cup to avoid unauthorised employee absence, according to the latest survey from CV-Library, the UK’s leading independent job board.
Professional recruitment firms have 12 percent more vacancies on their books than a year ago, according to new survey data from the Association of Professional Staffing Companies (APSCo).
Top talent are more likely to look for jobs that allow them to develop their skills and increase their value in a future role, rather than working their way up the career ladder, according to a new report by Right Management, the global career expert arm of ManpowerGroup.
Leading technology recruitment specialist Talent International as launched the 2015 Talent Unleashed Awards. It has again enlisted the support of Sir Richard Branson as the program’s main judge.
Absenteeism is a big issue in the workplace and is costing British businesses an estimated £32bn a year.