More than a quarter (28%) of businesses do not monitor the gender profile of their workforce, according to research from the CIPD.
UK workers are “overly optimistic” about their personal health, despite the fact that many are at high risk from health conditions, according to research from Britain’s Healthiest Companies and the...
Three-quarters of employers (75%) take on agency workers to gain “short-term access to key strategic skills”, according to the latest Jobs Outlook survey by the Recruitment and Employment...
The Low Pay Commission (LPC) has recommended to ministers that the minimum wage should increase by 3% to £6.70 an hour.
One in three (35%) women working in STEM (science, technology, engineering and maths) jobs have said they have considered leaving the sector, with 51% blaming barriers to career progression.
Employees over 50 are less likely to be offered learning and development opportunities than their younger colleagues, research by AXA PPP has found.
Updated EU data protection regulation may cause trouble for businesses collecting and mining employee data, law firm Allen & Overy has warned.
Unemployment has fallen by 97,000 according to the latest ONS statistics, but experts have warned against "premature" celebrations as youth unemployment remains high.