A group of MPs have called for mandatory gender pay gap reporting to be widened to include businesses with 100 employees or more.Diversity & inclusion Employment law
A roundtable discussed how workplaces and employers will need to change to better accommodate parents returning to work
Anne-Sophie Chaxel, associate professor of marketing at HEC Paris, explains how the influence of a limited time perspective on hiring and promotion decision-makers can have a very detrimental effect on rectifying gender imbalance in a workplace
HR professionals will be working on average 22 days of overtime due to the workload of processing redundancies over the winter.
Following recent focus on the BBC's new stance on presenters' use of social media, David Lorimer and Abigail Cannon of Fieldfisher delve into whether employers can police the social media content of their employees.
Yesterday the UK government confirmed its three-tier lockdown rule to protect the public from coronavirus.
The latest unemployment figures revealed by the ONS are at a two-year high, sadly expected and unfortunately an indicator of harsher times to come. With the end of the furlough scheme looming, and uncertainty about the details of the chancellor’s job support scheme, we are likely to see more organisations making redundancies.
Employers are taking action to reduce their gender pay gap due to concerns of the ‘naming and shaming effect’ poor pay equity can have on their ability to attract the best talent.
There’s no two ways about it; the role of a leader is a varied one. From strategic planning, to recruitment to motivating a team, it’s a fast-paced and varied job.
I always mourn the end of summer. As others get excited about woolly jumpers, frosty fingers wrapped around hot drinks and Hocus Pocus, I dread the horizontal rain and dark mornings Autumn offers us.