A study found 305 workers apply to every remote job advert, while three quarters of employers struggle to fill vacancies, according to flexible working accreditation Flexa.
Health Secretary Steve Barclay has ordered the NHS to stop recruiting for roles solely focused on diversity and inclusion.
While care homes struggle with an ongoing labour shortage, HR magazine reporter Millicent Machell found out how one care provider used flexible working to turn the tables on recruitment and retention.
An RAF officer who was dismissed after accusing 42 officers of "extreme bullying" has won a victimisation case against the Ministry of Defence (MoD).
A female firefighter won her sex harassment case after her male colleagues regularly would take the ‘scenic route’ back to their station to ogle women.
A council employee who is transgender won £25,000 in a gender reassignment discrimination tribunal after her employer took two years to change her name on its systems.
After the brutal invasion of Ukraine, HR magazine reporter Millicent Machell finds out how one of the country’s largest business groups used HR as a survival superpower
Employers may well have more support for menopause than they realise, according to Katharine Moxham, spokesperson for Group Risk Development (GRiD), the industry body for group risk protection.
Ubah Jama, a biochemist for the NHS, won a tribunal claim for racial discrimination after a colleague tagged her a ‘Paininarse’ on a work spreadsheet that could be seen by colleagues from two...