Recruiting HR professionals: building the perfect HR team

As the HR profession changes so does the way that HR recruits HR. Stephanie Sparrow examines how human resources professionals...

Citizens Advice training document ‘propagated racial stereotypes’

Citizens Advice in England and Wales has produced a staff training document accused of spreading racist stereotypes.
The document, which...

£12k for unfairly dismissed Age UK worker after botched redundancy

An error made by managers working out who should be made redundant led to a successful claim of unfair dismissal from a former Age UK employee.

‘Gay cake’ case referred to European Court

The case involving a Northern Irish bakery that refused to make a cake with a message supporting gay marriage will...

Banks need to transfer more staff to EU for no-deal Brexit

Banks need to “step up” their plans for the UK leaving the EU without a deal, the European Central Bank...

asda contract changes

Asda staff protest over contract changes

Asda staff have taken part a rally outside the retailer’s headquarters in Leeds in protest over contract changes that will...

pet bereavement leave

Petition calls for pet bereavement leave

A woman who claims she lost her job on the same day her dog died is calling for the right...

Future skills framework to be developed

A framework for “essential” skills – such as teamwork, presenting and problem-solving – will be developed by a new task...

Driver suspended after refusing to drive bus with rainbow-coloured number

A bus driver has been suspended after reportedly refusing to drive a bus decorated with the rainbow-coloured LGBT pride flag....

Surge in mental health issues at Hinkley Point C ‘highly disturbing’

There has been a surge in the number of workers on the Hinkley Point C construction project who are grappling...

Alex Salmond: Botched HR investigation leads to £500k pay-out

Former first minister Alex Salmond has received more than £500,000 in legal costs from the Scottish government following a botched...

Diabetic bank manager discriminated against after locking customer in branch

An employment tribunal found the bank liable for disability discrimination.

Wage growth fastest in 11 years

Wages are growing at their fastest rate for 11 years, according to official figures released today. Unemployment increased slightly and the number of vacancies fell for the sixth consecutive time.

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