Up to 1,000 jobs are at risk at Vauxhall Motors' plant in Luton, according to reports this morning.
The Alliance of Sector Skills Councils in Scotland today urged political parties to put "skills and the delivery of a skilled workforce" at the heart of their manifesto commitments for the Scottish...
Equalities minister Lynne Featherstone (pictured) defended the Government's support for positive action yesterday, as her department published guidelines to that section of last year's Equality Act.
The number of employers facing costly employment tribunals as a result of redundancies necessitated by the economic downturn is set to escalate this year, according to a UK law firm.
The new chief executive of Barclays, Bob Diamond, appears before the Treasury select committee today, as he faces pressure to waive a rumoured multimillion-pound bonus.
Strong growth in UK financial services between July and December has not produced a corresponding increase in jobs, according to figures released today.
The Coalition Government's response to the consultation exercise on phasing out of the default retirement age was scheduled to be published at the end of last year, but publication has been delayed,...
The prime minister, David Cameron, will today hold talks in Downing Street with companies that have pledged to create jobs in the UK during 2011.
The Engineering Employers' Federation has forecast that manufacturing in the UK will outperform other sectors and help fuel "better-balanced" economic growth.
Two thirds of IT managers have failed to meet personal goals at work and are frustrated by being constantly expected to "keep the lights on" at work rather than engage in real computer innovation,...