The Department for Work and Pensions' (DWP) new jobs programme Way to Work has faced media backlash for its methods and many in the sector fear it will be counterproductive in the long term.
Fewer than a quarter of people (23%) in England who used to receive free school meals were earning above the living wage by the age of 25.
In yesterday’s (25 January) HR Lunchtime Debate HR experts discussed the shape of organisational culture for the year ahead.
The public sector is the most committed to the employment of disabled employees, new research has shown.
Many British businesses see climate policy merely as a branding exercise, rather than something fundamental to future growth, research suggests.
A new report released today by the think tank Institute for Public Policy Research (IPPR) warned that the next generation of leaders – today’s 30-something millennials – may meet a climate ‘crunch...
Environmental, social and governance (ESG) issues are high on the C-suite agenda, and CEOs are increasingly tying their pay to values like engagement and diversity.