Employers have lost £2 billion over the last two years due to the failing apprenticeship levy, according to the CIPD.
UK employees who overwork are damaging their sleep patterns and risking long-term poor mental health.
Over three quarters (77%) of Gen-Z employees will consider how a business acted during the coronavirus pandemic when choosing a place to work.
HR magazine has launched a new Q&A column to answer HR’s burning diversity and inclusion questions.
HR managers now spend an average of almost a third (31%) of their time each month on mental health support for employees than before the pandemic.
The majority (88%) of businesses plan to report their ethnicity pay gap next year despite most (75%) not having a formal framework and analytics in place to tackle D&I.
Nearly all the 50 biggest UK employers have said they do not plan on bringing their staff back to the office full-time, according to new research by the BBC.
Employment certificate fraud rates have increased by nearly 30% throughout the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, compared with the same period of the previous year.
New research has found 73% of HR professionals said automation helped them survive the heavy workload created by coronavirus.
The full economic impact of the pandemic will not be known "until the government’s furlough plaster is ripped off", says Rhys Moon, director at outplacement specialist Renovo.
Two new categories have been added to the HR Excellence Awards, that this year will celebrate the magic of HR.
The CIPD has urged employers to look beyond offering only remote work and instead develop a number of flexible working options.