Working parents could be squeezed out of the workforce thanks to the government's confusing and understaffed free childcare scheme, experts have warned.
Over half (53%) of job seekers do not believe the government offers any support in helping them find a new job, according to research from employment technology company, CareerWallet.
Leaders from public, private and voluntary sectors met on Thursday (2 February) to discuss how to strengthen the UK’s resilience in the face of unpredictable events.
People claiming sickness or disability benefits may be allowed to receive payments even after finding a job, under new government plans to help support people back into work.
The UK government has reportedly shelved plans to introduce an independent body to oversee workers' rights in the country.
The Trades Union Congress (TUC), Unison and Business Disability Forum (BDF) are among a collection of unions and charities calling on government to reform Statutory Sick Pay (SSP) legislation.
Chancellor Jeremy Hunt will make his first budget announcement on 17 November. Here's what to expect and how it might effect HR.
With the UK preparing to welcome its third prime minister in four months, what qualities does the new leader need to possess in order to stop history repeating itself?
Liz Truss announced her resignation on 20 October, becoming the shortest-serving prime minister in British history.
The secretary of state for work and pensions Chloe Smith has outlined the government's plan to help stimulate the UK workforce.