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Psychometric tests could prevent costly recruitment mistakes

Companies could be making better use of psychometric testing in recruitment to avoid the cost of hiring the wrong person for the job.


EHRC backs sexual harassment bill

The Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC) has urged government to follow through with efforts to curb workplace sexual harassment, ahead of the reading of a Private Member's Bill in parliament...


Graduate job market slows with inflation

Market growth for graduate jobs will slow to 2% over the next year, according to research from the Institute of Student Employers (ISE).


Lawyer wins £23,000 in disability discrimination tribunal

A disabled lawyer who was rejected from a job after disclosing her disability has won £23,000 from an employment tribunal.


Government commits £6 million to disability support platform

The government has laid out plans to launch a £6.4 million online service designed to help employers better support disabled people and those with health conditions at work.


Pensions minister pledges workplace reform amid government u-turn

The secretary of state for work and pensions Chloe Smith has outlined the government's plan to help stimulate the UK workforce.


Employee experience more than a HR problem

Employee experience (EX) strategies become more effective with a holistic approach, rather than just limiting them to a HR responsibility, according to Laura Cole, MD and head of HR for UK and Europe...


Road to recognition: how to make employees feel valued

Thanking someone for a job well done may seem simple, but the right recognition can make all the difference when it comes to employee morale and productivity. Nosa Omoigui reports


Shrinking HR departments could help profession focus on strengths

Technology may make HR departments smaller, but it will bring people professions back to what they're good at.


Five lessons from Unleash World 2022

With industry experts discussing topics ranging from data and AI to employee experience and the future of work, the Unleash World 2022 HR conference provided deep insight into the HR profession.


Talent crisis could be good news for businesses

The war for talent could lead to positive steps for HR as recruitment is now firmly on the leadership agenda.


Embracing change vital to successful business mergers

Companies which embrace the changes brought about by mergers and acquisitions (M&A) will be better off than those that try to sell their employees on a 'business as usual' mentality.