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Companies "should adopt simpler pay structures"

A report from the Big Innovation Centre rejects several government suggestions on executive remuneration


Rise in number of NEETs, says ONS

More than one in 10 people aged 16 to 24? in the UK are not in education, employment or training (NEET)


HR future leader of the month: Michele Lewis

HR magazine speaks to the future leaders of the function about what they think will shape it


Video: Ashridge's Sharon Olivier on trends in HR

Speaking at this year’s HR Most Influential rankings event, Olivier spoke on the evolution of HR and leadership


Employees will need to pay more for workplace perks

Chancellor Philip Hammond announced plans to scrap some salary sacrifice schemes in the Autumn Statement


Autumn Statement 2016: What HR needs to know

We run through the main HR points of this year's Autumn Statement


Gender-neutral options are "right thing to do", says Metro Bank CPO

Metro Bank does not believe in 'stupid rules', such as forcing people to choose a gender on forms


Impact of EAPs not measured

HR managers are failing to evaluate the impact of their employee assistance programmes (EAP)s


Employers struggle to cater for employees' financial needs

UK employers are struggling to support their workforce’s financial needs, according to Thomsons Online Benefits


Video: Herminia Ibarra on the importance of HR

Professor Herminia Ibarra came third in this year's HR Most Influential Thinkers ranking


Retail workers gain biggest salary rise with experience

By industry, arts, entertainment and recreation promised the biggest pay rise after eight years


Permanent staff treated better than gig workers

Employers admit to fragmented governance models for managing their contingent workforce