UK businesses looking to improve performance and manage future challenges need to improve their strategic workforce planning, according to a poll by the Corporate Research Forum and KPMG.
A focus on processing apprenticeships quickly, together with too many training providers in the market, is helping to fuel bad practice when awarding security qualifications, according to a leading...
Small- and medium-sized businesses are losing staff and money through failing to invest in their finance workers, a report by the Association of Accounting Technicians (AAT) has found.
A Business, Innovation and Skills committee of MPs and the Scottish Affairs committee have released a joint report that suggests the current insolvency system favours investors over workers.
Seven in 10 employees who care for family members have felt lonely or isolated at work as a result of their caring responsibilities, according to research from Employers for Carers.
Hospitality employers should use an apprenticeship strategy to support the sector’s future growth, according to Whitbread head of education Sandra Kelly.
Agency workers are unaware of and afraid of asserting their employment rights, a study from Acas has revealed.
The CIPD has questioned why chancellor George Osborne did not mention the issue of productivity in yesterday’s Budget.
A pensions expert has branded chancellor George Osborne’s announcement that the pensions Lifetime Allowance (LTA) will be cut from £1.25 million to £1 million “unfair, unnecessary and unwise”.
The charity YMCA has called for an urgent inquiry into the effectiveness of the Jobcentre Plus service, after research from the Labour party found young people from Black, Asian and minority ethnic...