Why it’s time to shake-up leadership training

To develop leaders with the talent to tackle tomorrow’s challenges, employers need to ensure the skills of all of their...

Employers’ long-hours culture risks losing talent, says charity

Pressure from managers to work beyond contracted hours and unrealistic workloads are causing resentment among parents trying to combine work...

Could universal basic income ever take off in the UK?

Universal basic income has been described as everything between a utopian ideal and “dangerous nonsense”, but with a trial due...

MPs press for action over Sainsbury’s pay and contract review

Prime Minister Theresa May has been urged to take action over an “array of deplorable decisions” that MPs say will...

Flexible working

Report pinpoints how to accelerate flexible working and gender diversity

A report published today sets out to “speed up culture change” act as a blueprint for change and ensuring that...

Almost half of manufacturers concerned about post-Brexit hiring

Almost half of UK manufacturers are worried about accessing skills once...

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Shareholder discontent grows over executive pay

This year’s annual general meeting season has been marked by several significant rebellions by shareholders over senior employees’ pay and...

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Sharp fall in job vacancies as restaurant sector suffers decline

A downturn in the restaurant sector has led to a decline in job vacancies of 11% over the past six...

How HR can help stressed employees cope

With Mental Health Awareness Week putting stress in the spotlight, HR teams are reminded of how they can play an...

Consultation into private sector tax avoidance a ‘fatal blow’

Freelance and contractor bodies have called a new Government consultation into IR35 tax reform a “fatal blow” to the UK’s...

Government dress code guidance dismissed as ‘Janet and John’

The Government today issued guidance for employers on how they can ensure dress codes are not discriminatory. They do not...

Tier 2 visas: Why employers can’t get the skilled labour they need

The quota on Tier 2 (General) visas has been reached for several consecutive months, which is causing serious issues for...

Legal & General launches fund to boost gender diversity

Legal & General Investment Management (LGIM) has set up a fund to benefit organisations with higher levels of gender diversity,...

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