Net migration to the UK in 2016 fell by 25% to 248,000, but immigration experts warn of a Brexit brain drain as political rhetoric continues to make foreign nationals feel less secure in the UK.
The UK jobs market has experienced its steepest drop in candidate availability for 16 months, according to the Recruitment and Employment Confederation's latest Report on Jobs.
Despite a pick-up in economic growth, pay award levels remain static. XpertHR's survey of pay forecasts reveals the expected value of pay awards for the coming year and the upwards and downwards influences on these.
Philip Hammond used the Spring Budget to launch a series of measures aimed at boosting technical skills and productivity and raising tax contributions from workers who are self-employed or who operate through limited companies.
The Government's flagship industrial strategy, set out in a Green Paper in January, lacks the necessary detail and commitments required for its proposals to succeed, a parliamentary committee has said.
The Government yesterday outlined its plans to bolster Britain's productivity through a new industrial strategy.
At the top of the agenda for Brexit negotiations will be freedom of movement and the status of EU citizens working in the UK. We report on how and when these issues are likely to be settled.
There has been little movement in the level of pay awards over the past year, but are things looking up for employees in 2017? We examine the pay awards that employers expect to make over the next year, and the factors that are influencing these.
We discuss some recent gig economy employment tribunal claims and the risks faced by organisations that hire freelancers through web applications.
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