Reducing emphasis on employee engagement because of the economic climate would be "fatal" for organisations, the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development has said.
The Coalition has unveiled reforms to the way in which workplace disputes are resolved.
Several organisations have announced redundancies this week as the effects of the economic downturn continue to be felt across the public and private sector.
As the UK's first corporate manslaughter trial under new legislation gets underway today, a law firm has said that small businesses are right to be concerned over the law.
Disneyland Paris has launched a recruitment campaign to find 3,000 new employees.
Donation of mobiles - or empty printer cartridges - is now easier than ever, as homelessness charity Broadway launches a corporate drop box scheme for offices.
The number of vacancies for graduates increased last year for the first time since the recession began, according to the Association of Graduate Recruiters.
The employee engagement "industry" is based on an untested concept and suffers from a lack of rigour, according to a prominent HRD.