Reasonable adjustments: What is reasonable in the face of Covid-19?

The requirement to make reasonable adjustments for those with disability is a well-recognised one in HR. But the pandemic has...

Campaign to take on 10,000 black interns launched

Organisations including the NHS, Linklaters, PwC and Zurich have committed to a programme to collectively hire 10,000 black interns, in...

Uber sued for ‘automated’ dismissals

In the first legal challenge of its kind, former Uber drivers in the UK and Portugal are suing the taxi-hailing...

Most firms support tighter employment laws, poll finds

Almost two-thirds (64%) of businesses would support tightening employment laws to prevent worker exploitation.
This is according to a poll...

‘Snap out of it and prepare for new immigration rules’ firms warned

Employers need to ‘snap out’ of their complacency and start preparing for the points-based immigration system, a specialist has warned...

BAME is ‘increasingly irrelevant’ term

The leader of a government inquiry into ethnic disparities has said that ‘BAME’ is becoming an “increasingly irrelevant” term. 

Rolls-Royce faces strike over Singapore production switch

Workers at two UK Rolls-Royce factories are on the verge of strike action because of plans to move some production to Singapore.

Personnel Today Awards 2020: Talent Management Award shortlist

We continue our countdown to the Personnel Today Awards 2020 by taking a closer look at the organisations shortlisted for...

Lloyds Bank says staff will be working at home until spring at least

Lloyds Bank's has told most of its UK employees not to return to the office until at least spring.

Subdued recovery in towns and cities ‘catastrophic’ for jobs

The collapse in high street footfall and the rise of home working is hampering economic recovery, research has found.

The future is hybrid: so where will we work?

Recent surveys suggest that most organisations will face at least some degree of hybrid home and office working for months...

Taking the lead: dog walker job at law firm commands £30,000

A law firm specialising in tax litigation is looking for a ‘private assistant and dog walker’ for an annual £30,000 salary.

Ebb and furlough: the Job Support Scheme explained

We look at the back-and-forth nature of the government’s economic funding to help businesses affected by the pandemic and examine...

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