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5 Apr 2019
New research has cast doubt on the accuracy of about 15% of the gender pay gap information being collected by organisations. The failure to provide links to company reports has also been flagged.
4 Apr 2019
Fluid work practices, flexibility and agile reward schemes are the chosen route to beating the skills gap for a growing number of forward-looking businesses, according to a new study.
3 Apr 2019
The growing use of AI in learning and development has not resulted in significant improvements in people's productivity and work quality according to new research.
26 Mar 2019
PROMOTED CONTENT | 2018 has proved to be a tumultuous year for HR professionals, with challenges...
25 Mar 2019
The ONS has created a chatbot where users can search for the risk of automation of different roles
22 Mar 2019
Work is at risk of losing its human side as technology takes over many aspects of our professional and personal...
21 Mar 2019
Two-thirds of business leaders fear that their organisation could become irrelevant if they fail to move to a “hybrid” workforce....
13 Mar 2019
Apps that allow employees to access their salary before payday are attracting high-profile investors and signing up major employers. But...
22 Feb 2019
In the final part of our serialisation of her book, Lucy Adams looks at updating the HR IT system and...
21 Feb 2019
A cleaner at Topshop’s flagship London store has won up to £75,000 after an employment tribunal found she had been...
15 Feb 2019
It’s only a matter of weeks now until the fifth annual UNLEASH Conference and exhibition in London.
The event takes...
1 Feb 2019
Minimum wage rises may lead to job losses as employers turn to automation to keep costs down. But so far...
22 Jan 2019
Almost nine in 10 employees would be happy for their employers to collect data on them if it meant their...
21 Jan 2019
A shortage of talent is slowing the uptake of AI systems prompting a need for organisations to devise training programmes...