There is evidence of a "jobs merry-go-round" in European centres as Brexit approaches, according to recruitment company Robert Walters.
Amber Rudd has announced that she will review the government's target of getting one million more disabled people in work by 2027, with a view to making it more ambitious.
The government should create a new class of visas specifically for technology firms "with the most growth potential" to help them access the skilled staff they need, a report has recommended.
The hiring of workers anywhere in the world through global freelancer platforms means that limiting immigration will not necessarily protect "native" workers, researchers at the University of Oxford have found.
The UK needs to develop a national skills policy if it is to tackle its productivity problems, according to a report on workforce development.
Employers' confidence in the UK economic prospects hit a three-year low last month, according to the Recruitment and Employment Confederation's JobsOutlook research.
Honda has confirmed that it proposes to close its manufacturing plant in Swindon in 2021, with the loss of around 3,500 jobs.
With Brexit drawing closer, the number of EU nationals working in the UK fell by 61,000 in the last quarter of 2018.
Emerging tech-driven business models are partly to blame for millions of people worldwide being forced to accept inadequate working conditions, according to research from the International Labour Organisation.
High levels of employment and a strong interest from overseas investors driven by the fall in sterling's value is contributing to a continuing boom in the UK's recruitment sector.
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