Over half (55%) of UK office workers said they waste too much time in meetings, while 81% are confident that shorter meetings would achieve the same outcomes.
Under half (47%) of line managers said they would be able to offer support to colleagues with cancer with reasonable adjustments in their workplace, according to a new study exclusive to HR magazine.
The Living Wage Foundation’s 'real living wage' has risen to £12 an hour across the UK, a £1.10 increase.
A study found 305 workers apply to every remote job advert, while three quarters of employers struggle to fill vacancies, according to flexible working accreditation Flexa.
In 2022, 102 employment tribunals included claims of neurodiversity discrimination, according to employment law firm, Fox & Partners.
Health Secretary Steve Barclay has ordered the NHS to stop recruiting for roles solely focused on diversity and inclusion.
An RAF officer who was dismissed after accusing 42 officers of "extreme bullying" has won a victimisation case against the Ministry of Defence (MoD).
The next frontier in HR technology is AI regulation, according to John Rood, founder of compliance platform Proceptual.
Series three of the HR Most Influential podcast has launched, with 2023's #1 practitioner Bertie Tonks in the hot seat.
A female firefighter won her sex harassment case after her male colleagues regularly would take the ‘scenic route’ back to their station to ogle women.
A new pension charter signed by the CIPD and the Pensions and Lifetime Savings Association (PLSA) is calling for major reform including protecting the value of the state pension during the cost of...
Unleash World conference is back in Paris for 2023, featuring plenty of discussions around AI, skills and training and talent management.