The UK government's rejection of calls to add menopause protections to the Equality Act shouldn’t stop businesses from creating their own policies, say women’s rights advocates and HR experts.
With Google, Microsoft and Spotify the latest technology companies to announce redundancy plans, HR and legal experts are calling on businesses to consider other options and good processes.
The central role HR had at Davos 2023 shows the function is under increased pressure to help solve global social, political and climate issues, say HR experts.
Recruitment experts do not expect graduate recruitment to halt off despite the economy edging towards a recession.
ONS labour market data this week showed that open vacancies were dropping at a rate not seen since 2020 with the employment rate hitting 3.6%, the lowest percentage since 1974. Experts have warned...
From 1 October this year, right to work checks will permanently change meaning employers will only be able to hire applicants by meeting them face-to-face or using ID validation technology to check...
A headline-making workplace cryptocurrency fraud has reignited debate on how far employer policies should change to guard against the impact of evolving technologies at work.
Last week’s appointment of a new home secretary, Suella Braverman, has highlighted a crucial and legally necessary role in the fight against modern slavery still remains vacant.
A political scandal around porn-watching at work reopened the debate on whether employees need strict management of what they get up to while on-the-clock, says Dan Cave.