US employers have agreed to cover travel expenses where staff need to seek abortions in the wake of the US Supreme Court ruling on Roe v Wade.
Figures from a job search engine show that in May 2022 there were 14,690 graduate job vacancies advertised in the UK compared with 9,265 this time last year.
It is not the case that social mobility is in decline in the UK and worse than in other comparable countries, the Social Mobility Commission has claimed.
A Christian who lost his factory job for refusing to remove his crucifix necklace has been awarded more than £22,000.
Stephen Simpson provides answer to employers' questions as rail strikes and airport staff shortages cause travel disruption for employees.
Almost half of workers feel working from home has dimished the feeling of 'belonging' to an organisation.
The NSPCC’s mission is to prevent abuse and neglect. The landscape of safeguarding children has changed significantly in recent years. The arrival of COVID-19 made reaching and supporting vulnerable children, while their needs and risks were rising, all the more challenging.
PwC has announced its most siginificant pay rise in a decade, with some employees' pay set to increase by more than 9%.
UK employers have rushed to source Ukrainian talent displaced by war, keen to help them rebuild their lives, as well...
Employers are at risk of facing tough employment claims if they fail to retain the human element when they use AI.
In this episode of Oven-Ready HR, Chris Taylor talks to Stephen Bevan, head of HR research development at the Institute...
Analysis of UK gender pay gap data shows the rate of progress has been slow since the legislation was introduced in 2017.
The entry deadline for the Personnel Today Awards 2022 has been extended until Friday 17 June, giving you one more week to finalise and submit your entries.
An employment tribunal ruling confirms that, in the case of one worker, long Covid amounted to a disability.