UK women have stronger perceptions of gender inequality than their global peers, research from Hays has found.
Older workers are the key to stopping the UK falling off a “workplace cliff” – caused by a lack of active labour market participants – according to Penna CEO Gary Browning.
Graduates are looking for training and development opportunities rather than large salaries when searching for a role, EY’s annual graduate survey has found.
The UK has risen four places in the latest edition of PwC’s annual Women in Work Index - but still only ranks 14th out of 27 OECD countries.
The public sector must “step up” and provide more apprenticeships, Labour leader Ed Miliband has said.