Rishi Sunak’s abandonment of the northern leg of the HS2 rail line yesterday (4 October) came under fire as a blow to talent development and mobility in the north of England.
The Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) has published new guidance for employers implementing monitoring, such as health and safety surveillance cameras, keystroke and activity tracking and...
Nationwide Building Society has been ordered to pay more than £350,000 in compensation to a former employee who was made redundant after refusing its return-to-office (RTO) mandate.
A new National Living Wage of £11 per hour is to be launched in April 2024, giving HR and payroll professionals a number of tasks to complete before the new financial year.
Socio-economic background is more likely to impact a person’s career in financial services than gender or ethnicity, according to a report from non-profit consultancy, The Bridge Group.
A Ministry of Defence (MOD) Police officer who was dismissed after failing a fitness test has won an employment tribunal.
Half (50%) of UK working parents are looking for new roles because of their employers' return-to-office mandates, according to flexible childcare provider Pebble.
Despite inflation easing, 60% of low-paid workers have used food banks since September 2022, according to the Living Wage Foundation.
A Jersey tribunal awarded hotel employee Annastashia Wango £2,750 in a sexual harassment case, but found her Bantu heritage was not pertinent to the case.