Male manual workers with few qualifications will be most affected by new trade barriers when the UK leaves the EU, according to research.
Labour will "rebalance power in the workplace" if the party wins power, Jeremy Corbyn said in his speech closing the party's conference today.
More than half (54%) of the workforce will need reskilling in the next five years as emerging technologies such as artificial intelligence (AI) take over a significant proportion of current jobs.
A new study on how low-skilled roles will be filled in the UK after Brexit has warned that alternatives to hiring EU labour may risk labour exploitation, inefficiency and high costs.
A former Barclays chief executive has joined the Bank of England's chief economist, Citigroup's investment chief and other leading bankers in predicting that the sector could soon lose swathes of jobs to technology.
Two in five employers found it difficult to get the staff they needed over the past 12 months and have reported receiving fewer applications from "suitable" candidates, according to the CIPD and The Adecco Group.
Vacancies for both permanent and temporary staff increased at the quickest rate for eight months in July, according to the latest Report on Jobs from the Recruitment and Employment Confederation (REC).
Competition for job roles hit a record low in June, as the number of applicants per vacancy dropped to 0.38 from 0.40 the month before.
Around 10 million workers - 37% of the UK workforce - are worried that automation will change their jobs for the worse, according to in-depth research published to coincide with the launch of a new Commission on Workers and Technology.
Nearly a fifth of retailers are preparing to shed employees, and more than half do not expect staffing levels to rise, as the high street continues to be affected by the shift in buying habits to online and rising costs.
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