Almost three-quarters of women (73%) believe the glass ceiling exists and say there are still barriers for women looking to be appointed to senior management and board-level positions in the UK,...
Money must be invested in skills if Scotland's emerging renewable energy sector is to take off, the Scottish Parliament has heard.
Employment and training providers who will be delivering the Government's new Work Programme have questioned its long-term viability, given the current economic conditions.
The Government's economic migration cap will leave companies unable to compete with their peers globally, despite exemptions for top talent, a lawyer has warned.
Cotswold Geotechnical Holdings was this afternoon fined the sum of 385,000 following its conviction for corporate manslaughter on Tuesday.
Prime minister David Cameron today said he was finally going to make work pay as he disclosed what he called the "most ambitious, fundamental and radical" changes to the welfare system since it began...
The Government risks being accused of a 'mis-selling scandal' if it does not match pension auto-enrolment reforms with an overhaul of the state pension, the chairman of the UK's leading pension body...
Cotswold Geotechnical Holdings yesterday became the first company in the UK to be convicted of the offence of corporate manslaughter, in a test case that will cause waves in the industry.
Young people and women are the major casualties of the contraction in the labour market, according to quarterly figures released today by the Office for National Statistics (ONS).
Ignominious failure, a culture of ageism and indifferent staff - these are just some of the criticisms of the NHS in a report on care for the elderly out today.
Public sector cuts could reverse patterns of improved graduate retention in cities and regions outside of the South East, resulting in a 'brain drain' likely to impede economic recovery.