?Women have had a tougher time getting hired than men due to the impact COVID-19 has had on businesses.
The pressure HR teams are under due to the COVID-19 pandemic is likely to continue into 2021.
Technology and AI could generate more revenue for their organisation than human workers in just eight years’ time.
Coronavirus has provided businesses with the opportunity to carry out risk management processes in real time, according to Dan Peyton, partner at law firm McGuire Woods LLP.
Working from home due to the pandemic has meant that more jobs are opened up to those with disabilities, however it may not go far enough.
HR teams are still faced with significant obstacles implementing wellbeing strategies, including a lack of buy-in from senior leaders.
An employment tribunal against Jaguar Land Rover has broken new ground in ensuring the protection of gender-fluid employees from discrimination under the Equality Act.
The UK’s new work visas, under the points-based immigration system, will put pressure on employers to respond quickly and make long-term decisions about their workforce sooner rather than later.
Employee recognition programmes are becoming outdated and disconnected, according to rewards provider O.C Tanner.
UK students are concerned hiring decisions are based on nepotism and physical appearance rather than talent.
Autistic employees are at risk of experiencing burnout if employers don’t take time to understand their needs, says autism and education consultant at SEND Support Joe Butler and co-author of Is that...