Half of HR execs that took part in recent research expect their organisations to make redundancies over the next three months, while the same figure expect to recruit people into new jobs.
A reduction in government funding that enables UK students to study abroad could damage the economy by reducing language skills, according to a recruitment specialist.
The Localism Bill was unveiled by communities and local government secretary, Eric Pickles, yesterday.
A quarter of UK workers would not make a negligence claim if they experienced a serious injury at work as the result of faulty or unsuitable equipment, a survey has suggested.
Research by the Chartered Institute of Professional Development has suggested that a "new breed of insight-led HR teams" has helped maintain growth in Asian countries during the recession.
A survey has suggested that the further north you travel, the more likely MDs are to have friendly relationships with their staff.
Major Players won with the Agency of the Year Award at the inaugural Marketing and Advertising Recruitment Awards last week.
Professional services organisation Deloitte has announced plans to increase its recruitment of young people next year.
A study of French workers has suggested that there is no difference in attitudes between generations in the workplace.
Rules over the use of pensions savings will be relaxed under newly drafted legislation.
The Office of National Statistics has revealed that the gender pay gap has decreased to 10.2% during 2010.