While 94% of recruiters use social media for their jobs, only 39% of all employers use social media for recruiting and hiring.
There was a 75% rise in the number of people referred to mental health services for suspected psychosis between April 2019 and April 2021 according to new data from the NHS.
Over half (51%) of workers do not think people from all backgrounds will ever have equal opportunity to succeed within their organisation.
A quarter (25%) of workers ranked appearance as the most important factor when meeting someone for the first time at work, followed by personal hygiene (23%) and then someone’s job title (17%).
An HR magazine poll has found that a majority (76%) of professionals in the HR community think people should refrain from sharing details about their personal lives on LinkedIn.
Employers are losing out on a huge talent pool by not considering people with criminal records for employment.
Poor morale and concerns over mandatory vaccinations mean that the care sector is struggling to keep roles filled.
Law firm Leigh Day has launched a potentially £140 million compensation claim on behalf of Amazon drivers working as 'delivery service partners'.
The UK now has the lowest ratio of unemployed people to vacancies since records began in 1971.
A third (34%) of 18-to-24-year-olds are concerned that working remotely will mean they miss out on progression opportunities.
Four in five people reported feeling exhausted by the ongoing uncertainty at work and in society in September this year, and HR is among the most at risk.
Employers cannot encourage racial equality merely by hiring young black people and hoping for the best.