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Recruitment of young people
The recruitment of young people raises some specific challenges for employers. For example, there are working time restrictions on the hours that young workers of some ages can work. There are also restrictions placed on the employment of young persons in certain types of work and on the exposure of young persons to hazardous situations at work. There are different national minimum wage bands for younger workers.
29 Jun 2020
Although most organisations have frozen recruitment while they focus on recovery, BAE Systems is bucking the trend by going ahead...
29 Jun 2020
Recognising our biases and presumptions is only the start of achieving the fairer, more inclusive, recruitment processes our businesses need...
22 Jun 2020
Pinsent Masons scooped up four awards – including the coveted Grand Prix award – at this year’s People in Law...
18 Jun 2020
Demand at DIY stores and for online shopping drives surge in demand for staff but doubts persist over the sustainability of the trends.
12 Jun 2020
Women aged 25 and under faced the greatest risk of long term unemployment because of the Covid-19 crisis, claims TUC study.
6 May 2020
Youth unemployment could top 1 million due to the impact of the coronavirus, according to a report from the Resolution...
1 Apr 2020
Private apprenticeship training providers are “on the brink of collapse” after failing to secure financial support from the Department for...
9 Mar 2020
Written particulars upgrade from next month: what employers need to know.
3 Feb 2020
National Apprenticeship Week this year sees the government encouraging employers and young people to “Look Beyond” in a bid to...
31 Jan 2020
TMP Worldwide took the coveted Work of the Year for its campaign for The AA.
6 Jan 2020
Graduate and school-leaver recruitment intentions have slowed down substantially and could result in an overall drop in entry-level hires if...
2 Jan 2020
From the start of April low paid workers will benefit from a rise in the minimum wage that is four times the rate of inflation, in what the prime minister has called the “the biggest ever cash boost” to the legal pay floor.
18 Dec 2019
One-fifth of graduates are unprepared for the workplace when they leave university, HR managers feel, and many lack crucial skills...
2 Dec 2019
Employees increasingly look for a job that is tailored to their lives, rather than having to adapt their lives to...