European employers will have to report minimum percentages of women on their boards following an agreement in Brussels by the European Council after a decade of preparation and numerous roadblocks.
An overwhelming majority of Muslim employees in the UK are suffering religious abuse at work.
Employers are experimenting with the type of benefits on offer post-pandemic, moving away from focusing only on flexible working or mental health.
The UK is one of the worst countries for promoting equality in the workplace, according to research from health company Essity.
The UK government has made the Post Office and identity verification platform Yoti the first certified digital identity service providers (IDSP) to carry out right to work checks across the country.
Remote workers are more likely to take time off for mental health related reasons than employees who work on-site.
The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) has updated its guidance for employers of pregnant women or new mothers.
Virgin Atlantic lifted its ban on cabin crew displaying their tattoos at work last week, becoming the first airline to do. Will we see more tattoos on show in the workplace of the future?
Retail workers no longer want to work in the sector and are looking for jobs elsewhere.
One third of workers from ethnic minority backgrounds in the UK are no longer able to pay their bills, rent or mortgage each month due to the cost of living crisis.
The number of employment tribunals relating to menopause increased in 2021, highlighting a potential rise in awareness of the condition.
Employers are guilty of ignoring the opinions of their workforce when it comes to making important decisions.