Rachel Muller-Heyndyk

Over-50s more likely to be unemployed

?Those aged 50 to 64 are 37% more likely to be unemployed for more than two years than under-50s, according to analysis from jobsite Rest Less


Women missing out on statutory sick pay

?One in 10 women (10%) don’t earn enough to qualify for statutory sick pay, according to the TUC


Women lose state pension legal battle

Women who were born in the 1950s will not be compensated for the money they missed out on when the state pension age was raised from 60 to 65


Patrick Spencer: State pension age must be raised

A recent proposal to up the state pension age to 75 has been received with concern by employers and think tanks


Three lessons on mental health in the workplace

Here's what we learnt at Legal & General's Not A Red Card mental health conference


Employers must highlight tech investment or miss out on talent

?Those not promoting their investment in automation when recruiting could miss out on talent, according to research from Hays


Quarter of BAME staff bullied or harassed at work

One year on from the launch of the Race At Work Charter, firms are still failing to prevent racially-motivated bullying and provide equal opportunities for BAME staff


Fouksman: We must reassess ingrained attitudes to work

At Autonomy's Challenging the Work Society summit, researchers discussed what trials of Universal Basic Income reveal about our assumptions around work


Fifth of doctors witness or experience harassment

Many doctors have thought about quitting because of inappropriate behaviour from patients or colleagues


Sajid Javid promises National Living Wage rise

Chancellor Sajid Javid has pledged to increase the National Living Wage (NLW) to £10.50 per hour within the next five years


Women more likely to take career break for caring responsibilities

A gender care gap is stopping women achieving their career potential, as they manage the majority of childcare and care for elderly relatives


Former Thomas Cook staff take legal action

Courts will have to consider if the firm followed best practice given the short time window, legal experts say, as employees launch legal action over losing their jobs