As the number of people of differing faiths, and no faith, co-existing in the workplace rises, DAN CAVE reports on how employers are updating their policies to be more inclusive.
An effective bankruptcy at Birmingham City Council has sparked warnings about the value of equal pay in mitigating financial and legal risk and allowing employers to access vital skills.
A proposal to tighten access to benefits for those unable to work due to mobility or mental health issues has been slammed by legal and HR experts.
Despite new calls to hand local UK councils greater powers over apprenticeship levy funding, HR experts have said that a focus on improving criticised areas of the levy should not fall off the agenda.
The system which gave one million Belgian workers an 11% pay rise earlier this year has been described by a government adviser as having the potential to make UK pay fairer.
Currys’ offer of paid gender reassignment leave, announced alongside a broader set of diversity and inclusion policies, is a great move say inclusion and HR experts.
A government minister has blamed the increase in the number of people registered as long-term sick on the rise of working from home and anxiety driven by social media.
HSBC has decided to leave its headquarters in Canary Wharf for a smaller office in central London, sparking a discussion on the future role of in-person working.
One in 10 HR practitioners working in tech in the US are using ChatGPT to write termination letters, according to new data from B2B Reviews.