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Workforce planning, also commonly known as “succession planning” is the process whereby employers ensure that it has enough people with the right skills and leadership potential to step into business-critical positions at the right time.
26 Oct 2020
Employers need to ‘snap out’ of their complacency and start preparing for the points-based immigration system, a specialist has warned...
22 Oct 2020
11 November 2020 – Register now | Everyone’s referring to ‘the new normal’ but what do we actually mean and what are the practical implications for HR?
21 Oct 2020
Half of all work tasks will be handled by machines by 2025 – but inequality will worsen as a result...
20 Oct 2020
A quarter of employers (24%) make no effort to attract and recruit more diverse candidates for top-level jobs.
14 Oct 2020
As we near the closing stages of the transition period, and the end of free movement between the EU and...
30 Jul 2020
As furlough fades and redundancies rise, Jonny Gifford examines how workloads differ across the labour market and suggests how reducing...
21 Jul 2020
Firms like Asos, Taylor Wimpey, Ikea are repaying furlough money, while others, such as Primark and Rightmove, say they will not take up the job retention bonus. What's their motivation?
8 Jun 2020
BAME people and individuals with obesity are at greater risk from Covid-19. How can they be protected in the workplace?
29 May 2020
With just one week left until the original deadline, we announce that organisations can apply for a two-week extension to...
29 May 2020
Hundreds of Spanish Nissan workers have burnt tyres outside a factory that the Japanese car maker has announced is to...
29 May 2020
Getting culture right as lockdown eases will see businesses retain employees. Get it wrong and they will risk losing valued people.
28 Apr 2020
One of the best known images of the First World War is the commanding face of Lord Kitchener, his finger...
14 Apr 2020
When working from home, how can we minimise the irritations of the 'capsule environment'?
6 Apr 2020
We can compare our current experience to those of scientists stationed in the polar regions - yes, really.