Artificial intelligence (AI) will create as many jobs as it displaces over the next 20 years, but there will be "winners" and "losers" by industry sector.
The CIPD has warned that today's falling migration figures will further hamper employers' ability to recruit EU workers.
We examine the provision of some of the wide range of benefits and allowances offered by respondents to XpertHR's research, including childcare benefits, long-service awards, charity days, location allowances, and standby and call-out payments.
Budget supermarkets Aldi and Lidl are hoping they haven't scored an own goal by allowing employees to leave early this Sunday if England make it to the World Cup Final.
Posting employees globally offers them invaluable experience and breaks down borders in organisations. But how can employers keep up with such a dynamic global market? Professor Michael Dickmann, professor of International Human Resource Management at Cranfield University, explains.
XpertHR's Benchmarking service enables users to access the full data behind XpertHR surveys for the first time. This table presents a complete index of links to all XpertHR benchmarking survey data now available via the XpertHR Benchmarking service, together with links to the relevant XpertHR analysis for each survey.
Almost all HR leaders feel cultural fit is crucial when hiring, yet only 11% are satisfied with how they achieve this, according to research from technology company ThriveMap.
As more organisations choose to use 'gig' workers, the workforce is becoming increasingly isolated. But how do employers keep them engaged? David Walker, chief commercial officer at Personal Group, explains how benefits can help.
There is a huge gulf between how people use artificial intelligence (AI) at home and at work, according to a study of US employees and HR leaders by software company Oracle.