Former Mulberry employee loses belief discrimination case

A former Mulberry employee who refused to sign a copyright agreement because she held a “philosophical belief” that she should...

Businesses missing out on potential of ex-military personnel

Employers are missing out on talented and highly-qualified staff due to a lack of understanding of how the skills of...

Military in Scotland to receive back pay following tax hike

Around 8,000 military personnel in Scotland are to receive back pay to compensate for changes that saw them pay more...

Leading the way: Why AI will help humans find their calling

With predictions suggesting that AI could end up creating more jobs than it replaces in 20 years’ time, how will...

Executive pay ratio reporting: Six issues for employers to consider now

New legislation will require UK quoted companies with more than 250 employees to publish the pay ratio between their CEO...

Gender diversity in FTSE 350 boardrooms is stalling

The number of women in executive positions at FTSE 350 companies has flatlined, suggesting that organisations face a significant challenge...

Poor knowledge sharing costing employers millions

The average large organisation loses $47m (£36m) a year in lost productivity due to poor knowledge sharing and insufficient onboarding...

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Ministry of Sound launches ultra-cool London workspace

A new workspace in south London is aiming to raise the bar for office space that’s attractive to small creative...

How paid internships can help boost productivity and cut recruitment costs

Hiring an intern can bag you a motivated member of staff with fresh ideas and...

AI set to create more jobs than it replaces by 2037

Artificial intelligence (AI) will create as many jobs as it displaces over the next 20 years, but there will be...

Growing your business with apprenticeships (webinar)

 
Hiring an apprentice is a productive and efficient way for any business to cost-effectively recruit and upskill their workforce,...

Age discrimination still rife as businesses fail to plan for ageing workforce

Organisations in the UK are ignoring issues caused by the growing...

Minimum wage underpayment allegations more than doubled last year

HMRC received more than 6,000 whistleblower reports about alleged underpayment of the national minimum wage last year – more than...

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