Our series by Adrian Furnham and Ian MacRae explores what myths HRDs should be seeking to debunk in 2018
Cutting corners and lying to cover employees' own mistakes are the most commonly seen unethical behaviours at work, according to research by the Institute of Leadership and Management (ILM).
Over the past six months the legal press have reported a number of major firms moving away from the traditional lock-step model and chargeable hours towards a merit-based system for remuneration.
Kwik-Fit Financial Services has launched a new summer placement scheme, offering students already working part-time in its call centre the opportunity to gain work experience in other parts of the...
The public sector faces 37% of employment appeals claims despite employing just 22% of the UK workforce.
One in three (31%) working women in the UK believe men are offered greater opportunities at work, according to research by professional services recruitment firm Badenoch & Clark.