Can AI bridge the confidence gap for women in senior positions?

It’s well known that men tend to overestimate their abilities while women under-sell themselves when applying for roles – just...

London firms struggle to recruit because of housing crisis

The shortage of affordable homes in London has meant that two-thirds (66%) of employers in the capital are struggling to...

How having a dog-friendly office can help your business get ahead

PROMOTED CONTENT | Looking to retain and attract the best young talent? A dog could be the answer. No, really – 42% of...

Claim for negligent reference dismissed: what now for employers?

Can an employee challenge an investigation that has led to an unflattering reference? A recent decision sheds more light on...

How to prevent wellbeing from becoming a box-ticking exercise

Employee wellbeing benefits don’t require large budgets – listening to what employees want and getting regular feedback on existing benefits...

A quarter of older workers consider leaving because of their health

A quarter of people aged 55 or over with a health condition are considering leaving work, suggesting that employers are...

Pay awards at 2.5% for third consecutive quarter

Pay awards in the first quarter of 2018 stood at an average of 2.5% for the third consecutive rolling quarter,...

Gender pay gap investigations to begin in June, warns EHRC

The Equality and Human Rights Commission has written to the Government stating that its first gender pay gap investigations will...

Right to work in the UK: How much can employers rely on Home Office advice?

XpertHR consultant editor Darren Newman considers the implications of a recent case involving a Jamaican bus driver who was dismissed...

Firms should contribute to self-employed pension auto-enrolment scheme

Organisations that use self-employed labour should pay a tax that would help fund a pension auto-enrolment scheme for freelance workers,...

How technology can transform employee healthcare

Healthcare is moving from reactive to preventative as new technology allows for speedier diagnoses than ever before. This is good...

Taking centre court: How HR director of the year Vicky Williams improved LTA’s game

As we launch the 2018 Personnel Today Awards, we profile some of the individuals and teams who were crowned the...

Violent assaults on ambulance staff up by more than a third

The number of violent assaults on ambulance staff rose by more than a third (34%) in four years, according to...

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