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UK pledges £8 million to plug autism employment gap

The UK government has pledged £7.6m in funding to local authorities to help autistic adults get into work, after reaching its target for disabled people in work.

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Is D&I having too much sway on hiring decisions?

Proper investment in education could help eleminate the need for diversity and inclusion (D&I) to dictate who gets hired for which roles.

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A-level results welcome next generation of HR professionals

As thousands of school leavers prepare to enter the workforce on A-level results day, HR has a new generation of talent ready to enter the profession.

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Non-binary representation boosted by targets

Non-binary employees are better represented in the workplace when backed by an organisation which sets goals specifically to help them.

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Woman told not to let hormones get out of control wins age discrimination trial

A woman who was told by her boss to not 'let the hormones get out of control' has won an age discrimination tribunal against her employers.

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First neurodivergent work support programme launches in UK

Neurodiversity charity Salvesen Mindroom Centre has launched the UK's first support programme for neurodivergent workers.

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Businesses look to metaverse to enhance hybrid working

Two thirds (66%) of business leaders see the metaverse as the next stage of hybrid working.

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Job adverts reach record high in July 2022

The total number of active job adverts in the UK reached 1.85 million in July, a record high for 2022 so far.

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Zero-hours workers claim better work/life balance

Workers on zero-hours contracts think the benefits outweigh the negatives, despite calls for them to be banned by campaign groups.

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Cost of living crisis erodes employee trust

The ongoing cost of living crisis is causing employees to be less trusting of their employers.

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Tip for tat: hotel company offers tattoo incentives to workers

Hotel chain Ruby Hotels has offered its employees money towards getting tattoos as an incentive to stay with the company.

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Ethnicity pay gap persists regardless of high company pay levels

Male employees from ethnic minority backgrounds are earning on average 10% less than their white colleagues within the same workplace, according to Bayes Business School research.

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