Chris Norris, CFI and Director of Wickander-Zulawski asks: are HR professionals equipped for that ‘difficult conversation’?
Only one-third (32.8per cent) of employers think the introduction of pay ratio reporting will lessen pay inequality between executives and other employees, according to research from HR analysts XpertHR.
Louise Skinner, Employment Partner in the London office of global law firm Morgan Lewis, takes a look at the key trends emerging from gender pay gap reporting as the first annual deadline of 4 April 2018 approaches.
New research to identify employer practice that enables career progression for disadvantaged workers
A new two-year research project aims to identify effective employer practice that enables people who experience barriers to advancing in the labour market to achieve career progression.
Kate Palmer, Head of Advisory at Peninsula explains how employers can avoid social class discrimination in the workplace
Head of employment law at specialist employment law firm Law At Work, Margaret Anne Clark discusses the impact of the abolition of tribunal fees.
Recruitment still in the dark ages as employers continue to ignore rights of pregnant women and new mothers
British employers are “living in the dark ages” and have worrying attitudes towards unlawful behaviour when it comes to recruiting women, new statistics from the Equality and Human Rights Commission reveal.