Almost a third of employers are running their organisations at full capacity and would have to hire staff if work increased, a study suggests.
The number of people seeking work around the world will rise by more than 13 million by 2018, hitting young people disproportionately, a study claims.
Almost three quarters of UK employees say they work more productively at home than in an office, research suggests.
HR professionals should be braver and tackle the external factors that have a profound impact on their organisations, the director of an HR research and consultancy body has urged.
HR directors must aim to get the most out of talented employees in the future because of shrinking job tenures, a human capital expert has warned.
FTSE 350 companies have been urged to increase the number of women in their boardrooms by business secretary Vince Cable.
The national minimum wage (NMW) could rise above the rate of inflation by 2015, the chancellor has suggested.
Unemployment and underemployment is the second most concerning global risk in 2014, according to the World Economic Forum (WEF).