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Only 38% of UK employers offer digital skills training

Nearly a third (31%) of working-age adults in the UK lack even basic digital problem-solving skills


Financial services now penalising risky behavours

Only 11% of financial services firms still reward positive risk behaviours to a ‘great degree’


Impact more important than salary for millennials

A survey of executives found most believe having an impact on the business is most important to younger generations


Businesses must consider pipeline of female talent

HR director at O2 Ann Pickering said businesses must forward plan to prevent the same conversation about lack of progress on women on boards coming round every five years


Skills policy moves from BIS to Department of Education

The Department for Business, Innovation and Skills and the Department for Education have been shaken up under May


Upping disengaged workers' pay doesn't boost commitment

In a recent survey respondents ranked remuneration as tenth out of 11 as a reason for resigning


Everything you need to know about MOOCs

What is a MOOC, how does it work, and what benefits could this online training tool bring to your organisation?


Almost half apprehensive about hiring disabled workers

Mark Grimley, director of HR at disability charity Scope, explains how to accommodate disabled employees


40% have never received retirement advice

Britons now expect to save for 30 years before they retire, compared with the current generation of retirees who saved for 23


Organisations ineffective at talent foreplanning

Only 6% of CEOs own the talent management process in their organisations, with 61% placing it solely within HR


Women on boards target not ambitious enough

The chair of the EHRC has called on the government to go further in new Hampton-Alexander review targets


HR magazine and BrightHR release The Culture Handbook

You can now download your free guide to creating a great workplace culture, courtesy of HR magazine and BrightHR