Only 50% of firms include salary details on all of their job ads, research by XpertHR has found.
The HR magazine team headed to Manchester for the CIPD’s annual conference (Ace) this week. Here’s what we learned on day one.
A casino waitress who was told to ‘grow up’ following an argument and was referred to as ‘the black girl’ has lost her age and race discrimination claims.
Employees will spend £167 million on workplace Secret Santa gifts this year, but £60 million of this will be wasted on unwanted items, according to finance network UK Money Bloggers and review website...
The Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) has released new guidance on workplace monitoring after research found 70% would find it intrusive to be monitored by an employer.
New guidance on how to support disabled employees who need to bring animals to work has been released by disability inclusion organisation the Business Disability Forum (BDF).
Senior firearms officer Rebecca Kalam won £30,000 in case for sex discrimination and harassment after being given unsuitable equipment, ordered to strip into underwear during training and being forced...
Speaking at Bletchley Park AI summit last week (2 November) technology billionaire Elon Musk said no one will have to work once AI is fully developed.
A change in the law will significantly reduce the time people with criminal convictions are legally required to declare them to potential employers after serving their sentence.
The second episode of HR magazine's HR Focus podcast has gone live.
The IVF Network hosted an event yesterday (2nd November) in London to discuss what employers should consider when building a fertility treatment policy.
A rise in data subject access requests (DSARs) is costing businesses millions, according to research from HR and law group Loch Associates.