Businesses may be sleepwalking towards a costly talent exodus, as four in 10 employees (38%) are looking to change roles in either the next six or 12 months.
The pandemic’s impact on employee health and wellbeing is the top concern for UK SMEs both in the short and long terms.
Rupert McNeil, UK government chief people officer, will join HR magazine's next Lunchtime Debate on the roadmap out of lockdown: where next for HR?
Almost a third of HR managers (32%) say their organisation does not report their gender pay gap.
Employers with an office-centric mentality must adapt and move away from outdated ways of working, says Alexia Cambon, research director at Gartner HR.
The UK government has pushed back the reintroduction of physical Right to Work checks to 21 June 2021.
The introduction of the Lifetime Skills Guarantee, announced in the Queen's Speech yesterday (11 May), has been broadly welcomed although there are concerns it will not do enough to protect young...
Employers have a crucial role to play in tackling 50,000 undiagnosed cancer cases, according to health insurance provider Towergate Health & Protection.
More than a quarter (26%) of UK businesses are set to either close, downsize or consolidate their offices in the coming months.
Employers have lost £2 billion over the last two years due to the failing apprenticeship levy, according to the CIPD.
UK employees who overwork are damaging their sleep patterns and risking long-term poor mental health.
Over three quarters (77%) of Gen-Z employees will consider how a business acted during the coronavirus pandemic when choosing a place to work.