Riders hired by Deliveroo do not have an employment relationship with the food delivery giant and cannot be represented by a trade union, the Supreme Court has ruled.
New data from the ONS reveals that while green jobs in the UK slipped by 3.5% between 2018-2020, around a quarter of working adults describe part of their role as a 'green job'.
The trust gap represents the figurative space between employees and HR. The trust serves as a critical ingredient for creating cohesive, agile teams and ensuring employee retention. However, building...
Pressure to return to the office full-time is mounting in some workplaces, causing a wave of employees in the US to sue for ‘geographical discrimination'.
Workplace arbitration body Acas has launched a consultation into its Code of Practice on handling requests for a predictable working pattern, ahead of new legislation.
The contest to attract tech talent is fiercer than ever. Despite the recent economic slowdown and many businesses contending with the prospect of layoffs, the demand for tech professionals is rising.
While care homes struggle with an ongoing labour shortage, HR magazine reporter Millicent Machell found out how one care provider used flexible working to turn the tables on recruitment and retention.
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