The UK government’s extension to the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS) has come as a welcome relief for many employers as the country faces its second national lockdown.
?Less than a quarter (23%) of UK employers go beyond basic legislative requirements on diversity when it comes to recruitment and selection of senior level roles.
?UK trade negotiations with the EU are at risk of leaving those in the professional and business services sectors unprepared.
?Yesterday the UK government confirmed its three-tier lockdown rule to protect the public from coronavirus.
Employers are taking action to reduce their gender pay gap due to concerns of the ‘naming and shaming effect’ poor pay equity can have on their ability to attract the best talent.
?The Department for Work & Pensions’ (DWP) £238 million Job Entry Targeted Support (JETS) has provided another piece in the puzzle faced by people left jobless by the coronavirus pandemic, yet critics...
?UK employees were more engaged at work in July than they were pre-coronavirus in January this year, rising by 0.5%.
HR magazine speaks to Simon Kerr-Davis, employment counsel at Linklaters about the legal implications of workers returning from furlough in part three of this month's cover story.
The UK government has launched an initiative to provide SMEs with free business advice to help them survive the post-pandemic recession.