Government failure to address inadequacies in careers guidance is "unacceptable", according to the chairs of the Education, Skills and the Economy Committee.
"Patchy" and inadequate career advice resulting from Government policy is worsening the skills gap in the jobs market and damaging the economy.
The British Chambers of Commerce has argued that the Government places too much emphasis on exams. Betsy Kendall, COO of business psychology firm OPP, asks: how can employers and higher education institutes find out what motivates their future recruits beyond their exam results?
Good practice guidance identifying the steps that employers can take to establish an employee retention strategy. It covers the range of initiatives that can be developed to address staff turnover problems and improve retention rates.
A model career planning policy.
Experience gained through generalist HR roles is the key factor in progressing a career in the field and lack of senior HR opportunities is the biggest barrier, XpertHR research finds.
Good practice guidance discussing the steps that employers can take to advance business aims by following good practice when promoting employees, including promoting employees through internal recruitment for a vacant role and developing employees to motivate them where no obvious vacancy exists.
HR and legal information and guidance relating to career planning.