Updated to include information on trends in retaining staff.
The Women and Equalities Committee has launched an inquiry into how employers can better support fathers in the workplace.
The proposal by an MEP that UK nationals could take out "associate EU citizenship" could appeal to UK employers who want to move staff around offices in different EU countries. But is it likely to be endorsed by the Government after a "hard Brexit"?
This employment tribunal held, in White v Propharma Group MIS Ltd, that the employer had not indirectly discriminated against a female employee by requiring her to remove potential interruptions while working at home by arranging childcare.
Updated with information on trends in employee wellbeing.
Updated to include information on trends in international assignments.
International assignments play a positive role in career advancement, so why is global mobility not linked more closely to talent initiatives?
Updated to reflect the latest gender pay gap figures, as reported in the Annual survey of hours and earnings 2016.
Suggestions that high-profile businesses such as banks will leave the UK because of Brexit highlight the employment law issues employers face when relocating. Ashok Kanani looks at some of the key questions employers should consider if they decide to relocate.
More than a quarter of women polled in a recent survey by Workingmums had their flexible working request turned down, and nearly one in five has had to leave her job because her request was refused. Bar Huberman outlines nine common flexible working request pitfalls for employers.
HR and legal information and guidance relating to work organisation.