Updated to include new XpertHR benchmarking survey data on HR roles and responsibilities.
Young people who have had a spell out of work value "intrinsic" aspects of employment such as learning new things or opportunities for self development, according to research from Newcastle University.
With automation likely to see many jobs displaced in the near future, employers need to prepare now to find areas where workers' existing and emerging skills will be needed, says Kate Parker.
Employee confidence in the UK business environment has slumped, according to global research company Gartner.
Last week US bank BNY Mellon informed its employees it was reversing its policy on allowing them to work from home. But what are the implications if HR decides to scrap an existing policy, and how should they go about it? Andrea London explains.
Technology has revolutionised the way many people organise their work and created a debate around employee status. But it is also increasingly used to campaign for better treatment and conditions in the workplace, argues Susie Al-Qassab - employment law partner at Hodge, Jones & Allen.
Companies that do more to employ people from diverse backgrounds and reduce modern slavery will be first up for public sector contracts, the government will announce today.
People working in human resources, education and finance feel the most valued by their employers, according to research.
We discuss the steps that employers should be taking to prepare for all Brexit scenarios.
Our 17th annual survey of HR roles and the HR function reports on key metrics for the profession, including the ratio of HR professionals to employees and HR budgets.
HR and legal information and guidance relating to strategic HR.