A Labour MP has used the Ten Minute Rule to introduce a bill to prevent employers “exploiting legal loopholes to avoid punishment for ignoring health and safety laws.”
Young disabled job seekers on work experience will be able to access extra support to help them into mainstream placements, the Government has pledged.
UK employers are against voluntary or compulsory quotas for women on the board being foisted upon FTSE companies.
HR must "grab hold" of analytics or risk being left behind other functions, an expert warned yesterday.
Promoting equality in business is “simpler than [organisations] think”, with SMEs in particular perceiving the laws around it as “more burdensome” than they really are, employment relations minister...
Managing talent is demanding enough when it is in-house, but a growing army of home-working professionals presents a whole other challenge.
Leaders lack empathy with their staff, have poor leadership skills and that a third of them are ineffective, according to global research published this morning by talent management firm DDI.
Gender diversity initiatives are being hampered by focusing too much on initiatives that make women feel more satisfied rather than driving actual promotions, research suggests.
It's been almost three years since the economic crisis of 2008 yet personal finances are still under immense pressure, owing to the unrelenting assault of spending cuts coupled with tax hikes.
Research by CareerStructure.com suggests that 47% or workers in the construction, engineering and built environment industries hope to find jobs in other companies this year.