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Companies "should adopt simpler pay structures"

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

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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

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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

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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)

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Employees will need to pay more for workplace perks

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

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Autumn Statement 2016: What HR needs to know

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

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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

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Impact of EAPs not measured

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

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Video: Herminia Ibarra on the importance of HR

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

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Employers struggle to cater for employees' financial needs

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

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Retail workers gain biggest salary rise with experience

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

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Permanent staff treated better than gig workers

Employers admit to fragmented governance models for managing their contingent workforce

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