The number of employees on UK payrolls in July 2020 was down an estimated 730,000 compared to March, according to the ONS labour market overview for August 2020.Recruitment
The coronavirus pandemic has shaken the world, changing every aspect of life as we knew it. From our family, social lives and travel dreams, to our homes and working arrangements, COVID-19 has turned the world on its head and left us with what we’re now referring to as our ‘new normal’.
One in three organisations expect to cut jobs in the third quarter of 2020, according to new research from the CIPD and Adecco Group.
If you were ever wondering whether to make a change in your career but not sure if it’s possible, Alastair Campbell is proof that it’s never too late.
The 2020 coronavirus pandemic has disrupted every aspect of human life in recent months, including bringing all forms of human mobility to a complete standstill – from walking to the shop, to commuting for work, to taking a holiday, to moving abroad
The National Bereavement Service (NBS) has launched a grief support and counselling service to help its staff and customers.
Traditionally, the role of the HR leader was to reactively manage employees and solve any problems they had while addressing the needs of the employer. However, the role of HR teams has evolved and they now play a vital role in the daily operations of a business
Companies with comprehensive human resource management (HRM) practices and union relationships are more likely to survive a deep recession, say researchers.
Regular training, a long-term vision and openness to innovation have been found to be three of the most important factors in top performing UK SMEs, presenting others with the opportunity to reinforce their approach to a post-pandemic recovery.
With workforces becoming increasingly active in political and social movements, what are the benefits and potential pitfalls HR should look out for?