A new paper from employment advisory ReWAGE has argued adult career guidance could improve the UK’s skills shortage and improve employment rates.
New Census data released by the Office for National Statistics (ONS) has uncovered huge inter-regional discrepancies when it comes to education standards – but these may not necessarily translate into...
The HR profession has grown by 42% in the past decade (from 2011 and 2021) compared to just 10% for the general workforce according to the CIPD’s latest UK people profession update.
Most graduates regret going to university and blame schools for not promoting apprenticeships properly, according to new research by the CIPD.
The UK government will today introduce its new Skills and Post-16 Education Bill which it hopes will be the rocket fuel needed to level up the workforce post-pandemic.
The CIPD has launched new qualifications to help people professionals solve the new challenges of the modern workplace.
Attempting to plan for the future has been challenging throughout the pandemic, but the extension to the furlough scheme may allow HR professionals to take a breath and look ahead.
The number of young people not in education, employment or training (NEET) has fallen slightly year-on-year, according to new data.
Men gain more financially from higher education qualifications than women, The Institute for Fiscal Studies’ research has found