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Wellbeing | Nine in 10 women want better health support at work

A new survey has found the majority of women think there should be more support in their workplace when it comes to female health issues.

Reward | Watch: How to use recognition to help employees thrive

The latest HR Lunchtime Debate exploring the link between wellbeing and recognition is now available to view on demand.

Diversity | Rees-Mogg slams diversity officers as "by the woke, for the woke"

Conservative MP Jacob Rees-Mogg has criticised the diversity officers in the civil service, suggesting they have little impact on the workforce.

Skills | University leavers not "prepared for work" yet remain most preferred recruitment option by employers

Over half (57%) of employers still mainly look for degrees or post-graduate qualifications when recruiting staff, according to a new report from the CIPD.

Pensions | UK launches new pension scheme to boost retirement options

The UK government has unveiled a new pension scheme to provide workers with more options for their retirement funds.

ESG | FTSE 100 net zero goal to become vital to talent attraction

With 82% of FTSE 100 companies now aiming to meet net zero carbon emissions by 2050, some experts say environmental credentials will set employers apart in candidates’ eyes.

Parental policy | Breastfeeding for working parents low on employers' support list

New parents are increasingly getting most of the support they need from employers, but support for breastfeeding is still low on the priority list.

IR35 | HMRC anticipates billions underpaid in employment taxes

HMRC suspects large businesses have underpaid their Employers’ National Insurance contributions to the tune of £1.4 billion, according to law firm Pinsent Masons.

Culture | Top challenges to creating culture in a remote and global workforce

Remote working has made it easier for companies to expand globally, but it comes with the challenge of maintaining a company culture across potentially many locations.

Inclusion | National Disability Strategy fails to have desired impact

The government's National Disability Strategy, which hit its first anniversary this week, has so far failed to positively impact the lives of disabled workers across the UK.

HREX22 | HR Excellence awards 2022: deadline extended

The deadline for the HR Excellence Awards 2022 has been extended to 12 August.

Government | Billions in unused apprenticeship levy funds returned to the Treasury

New research has uncovered that £3.3 billion pounds of apprenticeship levy funding has been returned to the Treasury since 2019.