Updated to include official statistics from the ONS on average weekly hours worked in the UK for the three months to the end of April 2019. The next ONS release date is 16 July 2019.
Updated to include the latest official statistics from the ONS on employment and unemployment, and labour market forecasts from HM Treasury and ManpowerGroup. The next ONS release date is 16 July 2019.
Updated to include data for May 2019 on the availability and recruitment of permanent and temporary staff from IHS Markit/KPMG/Recruitment & Employment Confederation. The next figures are due to be published on 5 July 2019.
The shortage occupation list should be expanded to allow more migrant workers to fill a wider range of health, IT and engineering occupations, the Migration Advisory Committee has recommended. But the list could become redundant under future immigration rules.
More than half of the UK's future job growth will be in London and the south-east, according to a report by the UK2070 Commission.
New technology is often hailed as the UK's economic saviour. But have we appreciated AI's potential for radically altering workplace relationships and impacting our mental health, asks Acas's Adrian Wakeling.
Increased automation will allow employers to offer roles that require distinct "human sensibilities" and allow workers to be more creative, according to the government.
Government departments should be "model employers" when it comes to promoting social mobility, according to a report from the Social Mobility Commission, which urges them to sign up to the voluntary Living Wage.
New data released by the Office for National Statistics has shown that almost a third of graduates have more education than is required for their job.
People that come to the UK as "asylum migrants" are more likely to be unemployed, earn less and work fewer hours than UK-born workers and other economic migrants, a study has revealed.
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