We provide details of where and when strikes are happening, as the UK battles with the ongoing period of industrial unrest.
Employees at the BBC, British Airways and Boots may have had their data stolen by hackers.
By embracing big data, HR can deliver talent insights that can add value to business strategies – and grow its presence in the boardroom.
Around 40 companies in Portugal are taking part in a six-month government-funded trial of a four-day working week.
Members have shown their confidence in the future of the business lobby group and its reform plans.
What is the entitlement for employees who are off sick on a bank holiday? See this and other top HR questions for April 2023.
Andrew Mawson discusses presence bias and how organsations with hybrid working models can eliminate it.
Long-awaited response to a 2021 call for evidence suggests regulating umbrella companies around employment rights.
Net migration to the UK was 606,000 in 2022, according to the latest data, a record figure for a 12-month period.
The Neonatal Care (Leave and Pay) Bill and the Protection from Redundancy (Pregnancy and Family Leave) Bill gain Royal Assent.
The Personnel Today Awards 2023 have launched, celebrating the very best in HR and L&D. Enter now!
As we reach the end of 2022, Rob Moss, editor of Personnel Today, joins Oven Ready HR podcast host Chris Taylor to give his HR review of the year.
DWP analysis shows a UK gender pensions gap of 35%, rising to 60% for people with their savings only in DC schemes.
The Supreme Court is set to consider historical holiday underpayments in Chief Constable of The Police Service of Northern Ireland v Agnew.