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15 Feb 2021
Two university leaders are under formal investigation by the Office for Students after accusations of bullying staff.
Alice Gast, president...
8 Feb 2021
National Apprenticeship Week: The Covid crisis has seen apprenticeship starts in the UK fall by 46%; meanwhile, the UK's oldest apprentice is revealed.
5 Feb 2021
Public sector HR may think that IR35 reforms only apply to private sector.
4 Feb 2021
Computing, medicine and engineering subjects continue to gain popularity for students, university entry figures have revealed.
2 Feb 2021
Leading mental health organisations have said the mental and physical health of frontline staff should be a national priority going...
26 Jan 2021
Restaurant staff, factory workers and staff in ‘elementary’ occupations including security guards and taxi drivers were among those who faced...
19 Jan 2021
Public-facing workers such as police officers, teachers and retail staff may soon be offered a Covid-19 jab, vaccines minister Nadhim...
13 Jan 2021
All health and social care staff potentially in contact with Covid-19 patients should be provided with FFP3 respirators in order...
11 Jan 2021
Key workers and people unable to work from home are to receive more frequent Covid-19 testing – even if they are not displaying any symptoms.
11 Jan 2021
Christine McAnea has been elected as the new general secretary of Unison, the UK’s largest trade union.
She is the...
6 Jan 2021
The government’s decision this week to embark on a third national lockdown and close primary and secondary schools in England...
4 Jan 2021
We bring you up to speed with news that broke over the festive period.
22 Dec 2020
Public sector workers hit by a pay freeze are already paid less than their counterparts in private sector employers, according to a report by the Resolution Foundation.
27 Nov 2020
NHS England and Improvement has been crowned the overall winner at this...