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Breaking down barriers to build a diverse workforce

PROMOTED | The modern workplace is unrecognisable from 50 years ago, but that doesn’t mean we have stopped looking for... Find out more

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Kronos CEO Aron Ain: “Management is not a spectator sport”

He’s one of the highest rated CEO’s on Glassdoor and engagement scores have shot up at his company. What can...

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Is the coaching industry ripe for digital disruption?

We have seen a host of industries from food delivery to cab driving disrupted by digital developments. Coaching is not...

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Employers can now register for online apprenticeship service

The Government’s online apprenticeship service has now launched, meaning employers eligible to pay the upcoming apprenticeship levy can register their...

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Data will drive learning as artificial intelligence grows

Learning professionals will need to design ever more personalised content as artificial intelligence grows in prominence, according to strategy expert...

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Four key actions to tackle a gender pay gap

New rules on gender pay gap reporting simply compel employers to publish details of their pay gap on an annual...

Don’t get left behind: transform your business with degree apprenticeships

The government announcing its plans to invest significantly in higher apprenticeships, following the Leitch Review of Skills in 2006, may...

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One-third of eligible employers not aware of apprenticeship levy

With just two months to go, one-third of UK employers who are eligible to pay the apprenticeship levy are not...

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Private companies should be subject to corporate governance rules

Large private businesses, including the likes of John Lewis, Arcadia and Virgin Atlantic, should have to follow the same corporate...

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Apprenticeship levy: are smaller businesses ready?

Smaller businesses could be underestimating the impact of the apprenticeship levy on their organisation, according to new XpertHR Benchmarking research...

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Top 10 HR questions January 2017: Apprenticeship funding model

From April 2017, employers with a paybill of more than £3 million will be required to pay the apprenticeship levy....

The use of gig workers on projects and short-term assignments is set to grow, according to the research

Gig economy will grow, say half of HR leaders

Nearly 40% of companies hire staff on a temporary or project basis, and “gig economy” working is set to grow,...

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Apprenticeship levy and targets risk being poor value for money

Most of the money raised by the apprenticeship levy will be spent elsewhere, according to analysis published today by the...

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