Rishi Sunak has promised the AI Summit (1-2 November) at Bletchley Park will address future threats from AI, but workers' rights organisations have called the event a missed opportunity to face...
A consultant obstetrician who was dismissed after raising safety concerns has lost his claim of retaliatory victimisation.
Apprenticeship starts have fallen by 31% in England since the apprenticeship levy was introduced, according to the CIPD.
Junior doctor, Tracy Landu-Landu, took four months sick pay from the NHS while moonlighting at two different hospitals.
In a speech yesterday (26 October) on the future of AI, prime minister Rishi Sunak said AI at work should be considered a ‘co-pilot’ rather than a risk to jobs.
Workplace arbitration body Acas has launched a consultation into its Code of Practice on handling requests for a predictable working pattern, ahead of new legislation.
Stephanie Kelly, chief people officer at IRIS Software Group, looks at how to help younger workers speak up in the workplace.
Under half (47%) of line managers said they would be able to offer support to colleagues with cancer with reasonable adjustments in their workplace, according to a new study exclusive to HR magazine.
The Living Wage Foundation’s 'real living wage' has risen to £12 an hour across the UK, a £1.10 increase.