Last week, LinkedIn launched a new tool it claims will deliver "data on demand" to HR and recruitment professionals struggling to find the right talent.
Working hours has emerged as one of the most important factors people consider when thinking about a new job or career, second only to salary, research has revealed.
An inability to quickly introduce new IT services to their workforce is restricting organisations' competitiveness and ability to offer staff the flexible workspaces they desire.
It's no secret that transformation is one of the biggest challenges facing organisations today, with some grappling with multiple changes at any one time. Roisin Woolnough asks Janice Miller, director of leadership programmes at Harvard Business Publishing, about HR's role in ensuring transformation is successful.
Two-thirds (65%) of Generation Z employees - those aged 18-24 - look for a "fun" working environment when assessing whether an organisation's culture is right for them.
XpertHR has been gathering key HR metrics for over a decade. Here we discuss the trends over time in sickness absence rates, labour turnover and the ratio of HR practitioners to employees.
The highest performing HR functions spend 26% less than their peers on HR and manage 32% fewer staff, according to benchmarking data from The Hackett Group
More than two-thirds of HR managers believe that UK voters would opt to stay in the EU if there were another referendum, but only just over a fifth are prepared for a no-deal Brexit.
With Brexit negotiations still ongoing, we are joined by Louise Haycock and Emma Kendrick, UK immigration solicitors at Fragomen, who discuss the considerations for HR and how to deal with a "no deal" scenario.
Global research into the use of contingent workers - those professionals engaged in the so-called gig economy - shows that their use is continuing to grow and that HR leaders welcome the trend.