The gender pay gap may be narrowing, but why?

With the gender pay gap reporting deadline imminent, Personnel Today analysis finds that early results point to a narrowing of...

Unemployment leads young people to value more than pay

Young people who have had a spell out of work value “intrinsic” aspects of employment such as learning new things...

Strategic workforce planning is a necessity, not a ‘nice to have’

With automation likely to see many jobs displaced in the near future, employers need to prepare now to find areas where workers' existing and emerging skills will be needed

‘Don’t fund level 6 and 7 apprenticeships’ say learning providers

Training providers have called on the government to remove the highest and degree level apprenticeships from the scope of funding...

Apprentices need more help with how to dress for work

Employers are four times more likely to worry about how their apprentices dress for work than they would about graduates,...

Top employers’ support for working parents is “invisible”

A number of employers including Asos, IBM, Lidl and Facebook are completely ‘invisible’ when it comes to publicising their support...

Tech jobs enjoy UK boost but banking roles fare better in EU

There is evidence of a “jobs merry-go-round” in European centres as Brexit approaches, according to recruitment company Robert Walters...

Putting a stop to the misuse of NDAs

After the government this month outlined plans to outlaw the unethical use of non-disclosures agreements, Michael Hibbs looks at situations...

April 2019 employment law changes: Seven things for HR to do

Every April, HR professionals are faced with a raft of amended employment laws and deadlines for their organisation to meet....

Removing pregnant police officer from front line was discrimination

A case where a pregnant police officer was taken away from front line duties and placed in a desk-based role ...

‘Business lacks transparency over parental support’

LinkedIn has claimed to have revealed evidence of a “disconnect” between employers and employees over the issue of flexible work, as most working parents feel their employers are not fully open about their parental policies. 

Workforce Planning: A strategic approach to addressing your future workforce requirements

PROMOTED CONTENT | In a nutshell, workforce planning is a systematic approach that ensures you have the right people with the right skills ...

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Carers should receive ‘paid leave and a right to return to work’

Nearly three in five carers in England and Wales are aged 50 years and over, and one in five people aged 50 to 69 years are informal carers.

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