Dramatic fall in immigration could spark skills shortage

The CIPD is urging the government to take steps to boost training and re-skilling of domestic workforce to compensate for...

Arcadia Group collapse could risk 13,000 jobs

Retail group Arcadia, owned by business tycoon Sir Philip Green, is reportedly close to collapse, putting around 13,000 jobs at...

Personnel Today Awards 2020 winners: NHS praised for Covid response

NHS England and Improvement has been crowned the overall winner at this...

RPI phase-out will impact defined benefit pension schemes

The phasing out of the retail price index (RPI) in favour of the consumer prices index plus the cost of...

Pub chains reveal hundreds of job cuts

Almost 1,700 jobs have been cut at pub and restaurant businesses Mitchells & Butlers and Fullers, Smith & Turner, due...

Amazon employees in line for $500m recognition bonus

Amazon is to pay a special holiday recognition bonus to its front-line employees globally, in order to demonstrate its appreciation...

Ethnicity gap in private pension saving

Data from the Office for National Statistics has revealed a stark difference in levels of pension saving between people of...

Stuart couriers seek worker status ruling

A group of couriers for delivery firm Stuart have launched legal action against the company in a bid to be...

HR’s role in redesigning the future workplace

HR must play its role in building a blended, 'hybrid workforce'. Is it ready?

How should HR handle a case of domestic abuse?

With soaring rates of calls to domestic abuse helplines throughout the Covid pandemic and coverage of the Johnny Depp vs...

‘Infodemic’ and ‘Covid myopia’ pose risks to global workforce

Risks facing the global workforce have reached their highest level since 2016, with a growing ‘infodemic’ and mental health issues among significant challenges.

New tier system: what will it mean for employers?

When England’s lockdown is lifted on 2 December, a new, more stringent regional ‘tier’ system will be introduced that will...

Disney to axe 32,000 jobs as theme parks reel from Covid

The company had already announced 28,000 job cuts in September as its theme parks and cruises reel from the pandemic.

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