Gabriella Jozwiak

Resilience to become key attribute of future employees

More than 90% of HRDs believe employees’ ability to cope with change and uncertainty will determine their likelihood of being hired in five year’s time, according to a survey.

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Gentoo named ‘gay friendly’ employer of the year

A business whose services include providing social housing and environmental design has topped a chart of the 100 best ‘gay friendly’ employers.

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Women in 40s 'most fulfilled' workers, study finds

Well-educated women in their 40s are the most fulfilled workers in the UK, a survey of more than 2,000 UK workers suggests.

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Improving social media skills top mangerial priorities

Almost four in five mangers say improving their social media skills is a key business priority for the future, a study has revealed.

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Fines to quadruple for employers who flout National Minimum Wage

Fines issued to companies that fail to pay the National Minimum Wage (NMW) are set to quadruple, the Government has announced.

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Creative industries experiencing employment boom

Employment with in creative industries grew more than twelve times faster than the UK economy as a whole last year, according to figures released by the Government.

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TUPE amendments ‘leave many disappointed’, says employment lawyer

The final version of the amended Transfer of Undertakings (Protection of Employment) – TUPE – legislation has been laid before Parliament, following a consultation.

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Almost one in three senior executives dismiss gender diversity

Almost a third of senior executives doubt the value of gender diversity in the boardroom, research has suggested.

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Zero-hours contracts debate to continue in 2014, predicts Acas boss

Zero-hours contract will continue to be a key workplace topic throughout 2014, the chief executive of Acas has said.

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Charity launches campaign to tackle workplace homophobia

A national campaign that aims to end homophobic bullying at work has been launched by the charity Stonewall.

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Union calls for tougher legal action for workplace attacks

Tougher sentences for members of the public who assault staff in the workplace should be introduced by the Government, a trade union has demanded.

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Clegg warns of jobs threat from EU exit

The deputy prime minister Nick Clegg has warned employment levels would be threatened if Britain exited the European Union (EU).

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