Army fails to hit recruitment targets since 2013

The Army will fail to hit its recruitment target for 2020 as problems with its recruitment process meant it has...

‘Wages worth third less in some areas than decade ago’: TUC

The TUC has found that the average worker has lost £11,800 in real earnings since 2008

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Ireland on track to end zero-hour contracts

The Irish government has said it will end most zero-hour contracts in the country by summer as its Employment (Miscellaneous...

Could your hiring processes be damaging your employer brand?

In a candidate-driven market, many businesses put their trust in agencies and external recruitment partners to find the best talent....

Brexit ‘takes bite’ out of City banking vacancies

The number of City vacancies has plummeted by almost 40%, with the financial services sector still stuck in limbo over...

2019 employment law: eight changes to look out for

Although Brexit dominates the news, there will be a number of important employment law developments in 2019. Clio Springer sets...

A third of HR teams not deleting expired personal data

A third of HR teams have admitted breaching the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) by failing to delete personal data...

TUC wants 1m new manufacturing and tech jobs by 2030

The TUC has called for the government to set a target for a million new manufacturing and hi-tech jobs by...

The four zones of team engagement and how to make the best of them

Despite a huge body of research into employee engagement, little has focused on team dynamics. A team at Ashridge Executive...

Young people least likely to value apprenticeships

People under the age of 25 are least likely to see the value in apprenticeships, according to research from the...

UK productivity levels better than feared

British workers may be producing more goods and services per hour than longstanding economic indicators have suggested, according to new...

Biggest rise in average pay since 2008, but growth remains slow

Average weekly earnings have seen the biggest rise for almost a decade, but not to the levels expected during periods...

Hiring to hit 18-month high to fix ‘leaking bucket’

Hiring intentions will rise to their highest level for 18 months in the first quarter of 2019, as employers seek...

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