People with learning disabilities can offer unique skills to employers but are held back by bureaucratic policies and attitudes, according to Sally Butcher, managing director of social enterprise...
Workers are concerned that they will return to work after long absences and technology will have completely changed
As the number of self-employed people continues to rise, Demos is calling for freelancers to receive a higher minimum wage
While losing a valuable employee to competition shouldn't be celebrated, it does provide an opportunity for innovation and collaboration
As parties lay out their immigration plans ahead of the general election on 12 December, employers must prepare now if they want to retain a diverse workforce
This year Valerie Hughes-D’Aeth entered our HR Most Influential Hall of Fame and the BBC won two gongs at our HR Excellence Awards. The outgoing BBC HRD looks back on all that’s been achieved in her...
At the CIPD Annual Conference and Exhibition HR leaders from the MoJ and Adidas offered insight into their talent management strategies
?A third (33%) of private sector organisations that regularly engage non-permanent contractors don't know anything about upcoming IR35 reforms, according to research from Hays
Advancements in technology mean recruiters can target candidates with personalised communications and achieve higher candidate quality
A significant proportion of young women are reluctant to enter STEM careers because of gender barriers, meaning UK employers are missing out on vital talent