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4 Jul 2019
The launch of the government’s Gender Equality Roadmap this week re-emphasised the role employers have in in reducing the inequality...
1 Jul 2019
Almost one million temporary workers are being excluded from skills development opportunities because of a poorly-designed apprenticeships system, the Recruitment...
17 Jun 2019
Learning will need to be better integrated into employees' daily tasks, especially in busy environments: a key message from the Festival of Work
14 Jun 2019
Researchers claim to have developed an algorithm that predicts career peaks, but what affect would this have on employee productivity...
10 Jun 2019
Only 13% workers in the UK have a mentor despite employees highly valuing mentoring opportunities.
5 Jun 2019
Almost all organisations have felt the effects of record employment on recruitment, which is why supporting existing staff to move...
3 Jun 2019
While university is a popular choice for school leavers, well-paid vocational alternatives can also help jump start a successful career,...
30 May 2019
If people are an organisation’s most important asset, then shouldn’t HR teams have a voice at senior level? Robert Hicks...
25 Apr 2019
The government must rethink its approach to lifelong learning and ensure that it educates younger people for longer working lives,...
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.
29 Mar 2019
The CEO of the UK’s largest retailer has slammed the apprenticeship levy for being too inflexible and “open to abuse”.
21 Mar 2019
Two-thirds of business leaders fear that their organisation could become irrelevant if they fail to move to a “hybrid” workforce....
19 Feb 2019
Digital upskilling has been a focus for many employers as they try to keep pace with developments in technology. But...
4 Feb 2019
Parents who work part time are penalised with just a 21% chance of being promoted within three years.