There were more job vacancies across the country in November than at any other point this year, according to job agency Reed.
There is a "strong correlation" between staff turnover and chargeable hours at law firms, according to PricewaterhouseCoopers.
A charity that seeks to support employers with carers in their workforce has welcomed the Government's new paper, 'Recognised, valued and supported: Next steps for the Carers Strategy'.
67% of organisations in the UK lack the finances or time to invest sufficiently in training, research by a software company has suggested.
The European Union could introduce Europe-wide legislation introducing quotas for female membership of boards of directors, a legal firm has warned.
A survey has suggested that almost three-quarters of UK workers are motivated to come to work on a Monday morning.
If a company's staff isn't gender balanced, it is necessarily discriminating, according to a author and prominent blogger on corporate social responsibility and human resources.
There has been a 20-25% quarter-on-quarter increase in the recruitment of HR professionals in local authorities despite redundancies elsewhere, according to a recruitment consultancy.
A 17 percentage point decrease in employment engagement since 2006 threatens the UK's economic recovery, according to consultants Mercer.
Ok, two teams, four flavours of crisps and one German audience. Simples.Stella (in preference to "knackered Stuart") and Chris ("I've been in the boardroom more times than I've had hot sauerkraut")...
The John Lewis Partnership is a unique and misunderstood model, according to a legal practice that specialises in employee share plans.