An MP wants to make all jobs flexible by default – how will this affect HR?
Should more be done to help train prisoners and provide them with new skills so receiving a job once released is not such an arduous task?
93% of UK CIOs agree more focus should be placed on alleviating the IT skills shortage
3/4 believe that some of the National Insurance payments should be redirected towards improving wellbeing
Primark and Sports Direct have been ‘named and shamed’ by the Government for failing to pay the minimum wage to thousands of workers.
Tailored advice will be at the heart of a new Careers Strategy designed to make sure young people have the skills they need and employers want post-Brexit.
Over 3000 higher and degree apprenticeships have been announced, giving individuals a wider choice of options for entering higher education in 2018, widening access to the professions and higher level technical skills.
The government is to lift the long-standing one per cent annual cap on public sector pay from 2018, with police and prison officers set to be the first beneficiaries of the Government’s decision.
A government review into the employment of the UK’s “gig economy” workers has called for better quality jobs and “dignity at work”.
People in their late twenties and early thirties (25-34) are more unhappy about their work-life balance than any other age group, according to a YouGov poll.
Katie Hryschko, from the British Business Bank, discusses how the businesses organisational values promote collaborative working within the company and improve employee engagement.
MPs on the Women and Equalities Committee have attacked the government for failing to implement reforms aimed at eliminating the gender pay gap.
A first-of-its-kind employer toolkit designed to help businesses recruit and retain more single parents and care leavers has been launched today.
Theresa May is pledging to help schools and companies in England deal with the hidden injustice and stigma surrounding mental illness.
The upcoming launch of the Lifetime ISA next April could impact employers more than you think. A plethora of recent surveys and reports from consultants, suppliers and industry bodies shows the likely popularity of these new savings vehicles – even greater than what the government has predicted.