Charity scandal: can employers inform others about misconduct?

Amid the misconduct scandal surrounding the charity sector, Oxfam and other charities suggest that better systems to inform other prospective...

Aldi reveals 4.8% gender pay gap

Aldi has published a median gender pay gap of 4.8% – well below the average pay disparity between men and...

Can we change workplace behaviour in just 21 days?

Encouraging employees to adapt their behaviour so they can progress professionally is a sensitive, challenging task. Dan Hughes from emotional...

Number of EU citizens leaving UK highest since 2008

The number of EU citizens leaving the UK has reached its highest point since 2008, according to the latest migration...

Tesco gender pay gap just 2.7% when adjusted for premium pay

Just a fortnight after it emerged that Tesco might be facing a £4bn equal pay bill, the supermarket has published...

Lower back pain most common complaint among workers

Retail workers and labourers are more likely to suffer some form of pain than those who work in an office,...

Pay deals reach four-year high

Pay awards have hit a four-year high of 2.5%, according to analysis of the latest pay deals from XpertHR.

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Lack of part-time apprenticeships reduces access for women

A shortage of flexible and part-time apprenticeship programmes mean that people who are unable to work full time are missing...

Business travel in the Trump and Brexit era: How to prepare for policy changes

Fundamental changes in the immigration policy on both sides of the Atlantic mean that globally mobile workers face uncertain times....

KFC staff asked to take holiday during restaurant closures

KFC employees have been asked to take annual leave to cover the working time they have lost following chicken supply...

Three common misconceptions about sick pay

With recent figures showing that many employees have little idea of their sick pay entitlements, Leon Deakin from Coffin Mew...

Personnel Today turns 30: How has L&D evolved?

As part of our series celebrating 30 years since the first issue of Personnel Today, Roisin Woolnough considers the vast...

Government to see if BAME career progression has improved

The Government has commissioned research into whether employers have taken steps to remove barriers to progression for ethnic minorities a...

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