Over half (55%) of students looking to apply to higher education in 2022 are interested in apprenticeships, but a lack of information is inhibiting their decision making.
Continued homeworking due to the ongoing pandemic has reinforced sedentary lifestyles and led to employees having significantly increased back and shoulder injuries and pain, according to a new study.
Working poverty rates have risen across the entire country, according to a new report by the Institute for Public Policy Research (IPPR) think tank.
The coronavirus pandemic has made employers rethink the flexibility they offer employees and how they can utilise it to bring people back to work.
The impact coronavirus had on the world of work has meant learning professionals are now more forward-thinking, according to a new CIPD report.
Employers who advertise salary details in job adverts will help to tackle the gender pay gap, according to the Young Women’s Trust.
Support networks for new mums are in high demand following the pandemic, which is why freelance communications consultant Annie Abelman set up Mentor Mums in September 2020.
A quarter (24%) of UK office workers believe physically returning to the workplace may impact their mental health in a negative way.
The winners of last year's HR Excellence Awards are proud to have had their hard work during the pandemic recognised.