Job centres’ quantity over quality approach means employers are bombarded with inappropriate applications, according to a new report by think tank IPPR.
The D&I Clinic is a space for HR professionals to anonymously air their challenging D&I questions. Our guest expert Caroline Collier discusses positive discrimination in the recruitment of disabled...
Superdrug has called on the government for greater flexibility in its apprenticeship levy rules to ensure funds are not wasted.
Ahead of A-level results day tomorrow (17 August), LinkedIn data shows a 90% increase in the share of UK job postings not requiring a degree between 2022 and 2021.
Economic inactivity due to long-term illness has reached a record high, according to data released today (15 August) from the Office for National Statistics (ONS).
Attracting and retaining the right mix of university and college graduates is fundamental to driving a diverse pipeline of talent for any organisation. But this year, it’s more complicated.
On 17 July 2023, the Home Office announced that it is relaxing visa requirements for construction workers. Various roles within the construction sector, including plasterers, carpenters, joiners,...