The single labour market enforcement body will protect low-paid workers.
There are 436,000 people in the UK who are not in work because of family commitments but would like to be.The CIPD has secured funding from the Government Equalities Office to run a new pilot scheme that will help parents get back into work.
Why is today, Friday 4th January, such an important day to recognize?
New CIPD and LCP research finds that this is indeed true, but lack of analysis over benefit spend highlights an area of improvement.
New research by the CIPD reveals that employers seeking staff are being hit by labour shortages.
Today’s labour market statistics published by the Office for National Statistics (ONS) show the number of vacancies at 845,000 for August to October 2018, the highest since comparable records began in 2001 – 44,000 more than for a year earlier and 14,000 more than for May to July 2018.
The majority of people professionals say their work makes them happy, energised and offers them a meaningful career. That’s according to the CIPD’s The people profession in 2018: UK and Ireland report, published today.
New CIPD research highlights the need to improve people management and development opportunities to boost engagement and productivity.
New research published by the CIPD shows that line managers can improve the performance of their teams by focusing on building their strengths, rather than trying to fix their weaknesses.
The UK’s skills crisis has been laid bare as a new CIPD report shows nation is bottom of international class on key measures
A quarter of workers are suffering with financial problems that are heavily affecting their ability to do their job.
Cost management, talent management and boosting productivity remain top current priorities for HR and non-HR business leaders in 2015, unchanged from 2013, the CIPD have found. But for the first time, innovation is now a leading business priority for a third of both HR and other business leaders, according to the latest CIPD/Workday HR Outlook leaders’ survey.
Employment will rise by as much as half a million in 2016 but average wage growth is likely to plateau after the introduction of the government’s national living wage, the CIPD is predicting.
The CIPD has found that people working on zero hours contracts are just as happy as employees on permanent contracts.
On Friday (21 August) Prime Minister David Cameron outlined the Government plans to increase the number of quality apprenticeships across England and give businesses a say on how they are run and what they offer. Employers across the country will be asked for their views on the introduction of an apprenticeship levy set to be…