Many employers are facing skills shortages and looking at new approaches to recruiting and retaining talent. Patrick Thomson, senior programme manager at the Centre for Ageing Better, and Alistair McQueen, head of savings and retirement at Aviva plc, explore what steps employers can take to encourage the retention of older workers.
International legal giant Pinsent Masons has been named the most inclusive employer in the UK by LGBT equality charity Stonewall in its Top 100 Employers list for 2019.
Aviva talks to XpertHR about its mid-life MOT, designed to help employees in the 45 to 60 age bracket plan for the longer term, as well as to reduce employee attrition in this group.
We review the key employment law developments of 2018 and the impact of these for HR, including: Brexit; the GDPR; the apprenticeship levy; pay reporting; parental bereavement leave; and family-friendly policies.
Capita is to offer its staff non-executive director positions, making it the second company in the FTSE 250 to have workers on its board.
The threshold above which employers should be obliged to report their ethnicity pay gap should be 50 employees, according to a survey of accounting professionals.
The Government Equalities Office is to shift its focus to helping women who are economically inactive or are in low-paid or low-skilled jobs achieve a better economic outcome.
A large proportion (78%) of over-50s believe that more flexible working hours should be introduced to accommodate older workers and benefit from their wealth of experience.
HR and legal information and guidance relating to diversity and inclusion.