In R (on the application of AR) v Chief Constable of Greater Manchester Police and another, the Supreme Court held that, although the disclosure of the appellant's acquittal for rape was an interference with his human rights, it was justified. However, the Court expressed concern at the lack of guidance for employers on how to deal with disclosures of serious criminal charges that result in acquittals.
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.
In South Warwickshire NHS Foundation Trust v Lee and others, the Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) held that a decision to withdraw a job offer that was at least partially influenced by a reference that focused on the applicant's sickness absence levels was discriminatory.
The number of skilled foreign workers applying for visas under the Tier 2 system is still outstripping the number of visas available, despite doctors and nurses being removed from the restriction last month.
Six in 10 organisations have offered EU workers extra incentives - including medical insurance, bonuses and higher salaries - in an attempt to attract the skilled workers they need ahead of Brexit.
Updated to include information on the NHS streamlining programme.
Hiring an intern can bag you a motivated member of staff with fresh ideas and new skills: a boost to productivity and your employer brand. Emma Page looks at why interns are worth paying for.
Employers are missing out on talented and highly-qualified staff due to a lack of understanding of how the skills of ex-military personnel can be transferred.
The CIPD has warned that today's falling migration figures will further hamper employers' ability to recruit EU workers.
Growth in hiring slowed while salaries continued to rise during June, according to the Recruitment and Employment Confederation.
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