Law partners suspect gender pay gaps

A significant number of female partners are not being paid as much as men doing similar work

Three-quarters of women lack confidence in the workplace

Training and networking can help to improve women's self-confidence

Boards unsure of company culture

?Boards often struggle to understand the culture of their organisations, research has found

Employers favour UK-wide immigration system post-Brexit

Most employers would back a national approach to post-Brexit immigration, according to research

Josh Bersin's vision for HR in a changing world of work

Wellbeing, a mindset shift from bosses to coaches, and embracing technology will be key going forward

Embrace tech to save time and focus on strategic HR, experts urge

At the SD Worx European Conference a panel discussed technology to automate admin tasks, human leadership and improving collaboration

D&I and transparency have never been more important

Transparency about diversity is more important than ever, according to Sandra Henke, group head of people and culture at Hays

HR salaries grow faster than national average

Advertised salaries in HR grew by 2.6% since the end of 2016, outstripping national average growth of 2.3%

Most employees have witnessed sexism at work

Research finds gender discrimination is rife at work as business community reacts to Presidents Club harassment revelations.

Getting on board as an NED

While the supply of HR directors looking for NED roles still outstrips demand, the tide is slowly turning

Why you should train the board

Taking on the role of director puts one in a highly visible, but also vulnerable, position. It’s one which can lead to an enhanced reputation or a ruined one, both for individuals and the companies...