Being paid to relocate your professional and personal life to another part of the world may seem like a dream come true for many, and employers today certainly recognise this.
Supporting mental health is generally understood in the UK to be a key element in employee health and wellbeing. However, attitudes towards mental health differ around the world.
After the brutal invasion of Ukraine, HR magazine reporter Millicent Machell finds out how one of the country’s largest business groups used HR as a survival superpower
Over the last 20 years, there has been remarkable global progress in LGBT+ rights, paving the way for greater inclusivity and diversity in many parts of the world.
Sustainability has soared to the top of the business agenda across the globe.
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,...
A study from The Learning and Work Institute suggests skills shortages will cost the UK £120 billion by 2030.
Springtime, and the Home Office has announced a number of work immigration changes rolling out across next year. Below is a summary of key changes HR teams should be aware of.
Talk last week that prime minister Rishi Sunak is considering a growth visa for skilled migrants, an idea previously championed by Liz Truss, is likely to be welcomed by employers struggling to...
On New Year’s Day 2022, Rachel, a former New Yorker, moved all her possessions to a storage unit and started a year-long nomadic trek around the southern United States.