Reaping the benefits of recruiting young people

Reaping the benefits of recruiting young people

Fear of red tape and confusion around funding means many businesses fail to recognise the benefits of recruiting young people, when in fact they can help push growth...
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What are the risks for employers judging the suitability of tattoos in the workplace? Hannah Ford sets out the issues around “look policies”.

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HR teams and individuals shortlisted for the Personnel Today Awards 2014 celebrated their success so far at a special reception in central London last week.


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An employment tribunal has awarded a temporary agency worker over £10,000 after she was not paid the same after 12...

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Elitist Britain: What can organisations do to improve social mobility?

Earlier this month, a government report revealed how senior public service posts are still dominated by a privately educated elite....

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Tribunal claims remain dramatically down for third consecutive quarter

Employment tribunal receipts continue to record a dramatic year-on-year decline, according to the latest round of quarterly statistics from the...


Scottish referendum: what would a “yes” vote mean for employment law in Scotland?

With not long to go until the Scottish independence referendum on 18 September, attention remains focused on currency, economics and...

Mobile recruitment: Recruiting the mobile candidate

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Mobile recruitment: Almost half of all jobseekers now search and apply for jobs via a mobile device, according to data from Indeed. But how many employers are geared up to offer on-the-move candidates the best possible experience?

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Disability discrimination: 10 examples of reasonable adjustments in employment

We round up 10 examples of straightforward reasonable adjustments that have arisen in case law.


No More Mr Not-So-Nice Guy: Tools for teaching leaders emotional intelligence

If leadership was simply a job description, or a list of tasks and functional responsibilities, emotional intelligence might not be...

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