UK organisations are struggling to get a grip on people data despite significant workforce challenges, the CIPD has warned.
At least one in seven (almost 15%) people is neurodiverse. This itself encompasses a variety of conditions from being autistic or dyslexic, through to having Tourette’s syndrome or ADHD.
UK employers are looking at a range of cost-cutting measures due to continued economic uncertainty.
The Universal Credit (UC) system is unnecessarily costly to employers, according to a new report from Manchester Metropolitan University (MMU).
Students and graduates are turning to online skills certifications to boost their CVs and win jobs they might not otherwise be qualified for, according to research published today (1 February).
Less than a quarter (23%) of disabled people would disclose their disability in a job application raising fears that not enough is being done to include these workers.
Post covid the job market has changed beyond all recognition, leading to a ‘perfect storm’ for those looking to locate the best talent. We look at how RPO (recruitment process outsourcing) could offer...