Recruitment & retention

Living Wage increases to benefit 210,000 workers

The Living Wage has announced its new rates with the headline figure for outside London rising to £9.30, an increase of 3.33%...

Younger workers: the political battle ahead on the minimum wage

As younger workers' minimum wage rates look likely to increase, Johnny Runge examines the reality of how employers pay, for example, a 25-year-old versus a 24-year-old.

Members of the Secret Intelligence team, flanked by Alex Jones and Personnel Today editor Rob Moss collect their Innovation in Recruitment Award at the Personnel Today Awards 2018

Personnel Today Awards 2019 shortlist: Innovation in Recruitment

The Personnel Today Awards 2019 take place on 19 November. Here we round up the contenders for the Innovation in...

Home Office holds up NHS overseas doctors scheme

Plans to expand a scheme that allows medical trainees from overseas to learn and work in the NHS, have been...

The team from Let's Get Healthy collect their HR Supplier Partnership Award at the Personnel Today Awards 2018

Personnel Today Awards 2019 shortlist: HR Supplier Partnership Award

The 2019 Personnel Today Awards take place on the 19 November. In a series of articles profiling all our finalists,...

Full-time gender pay gap widens to 8.9%

There has been a marginal increase in the gender pay gap for full-time employees over the past year, but it...

Youngest and oldest regions of UK revealed in new research

A new analysis takes a regional view of age and could well inform companies' recruitment and location decisions in years to come.

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