There will be strong growth in the demand for labour in the second quarter of 2018, according to the CIPD, with near-term employment expectations rising to a five-year high.
As consumers we're now used to conversing with Siri or Alexa, but how will the proliferation of this technology in the workplace support wellbeing and engagement? Andrew Wayland from Alexander Mann Solutions predicts immense benefits from the rise of voice technology at work.
XpertHR research looks at employers' arrangements for managing the impact of major sporting events and other special events when they coincide with working hours.
We discuss the key findings from the first tranche of gender pay gap reports and tips for employers preparing the 2019 report.
Tesco is implementing new technology which could see its employees working with levels of flexibility more associated with gig economy companies such as Uber. Rob Moss reports on the supermarket's plans to optimise its workforce.
Our 16th annual survey of HR roles and responsibilities reports on key metrics for the profession, including whether or not they are used to assess the effectiveness of the HR function.
It's well known that men tend to overestimate their abilities while women under-sell themselves when applying for roles - just one of many cultural factors influencing the gender pay gap. Could artificial intelligence help overcome this challenge? Alex Cresswell examines how AI could help.
The view that full-time employment is in retreat and will be subsumed by the gig economy is not borne out by the facts, Matthew Taylor argued at a recent conference. Cath Everett listened in and gauged reactions to his ideas.
XpertHR research examines the key factors that influence employee engagement and the most effective ways of measuring and improving it.
Organisations with low brand awareness are likely to get overlooked by jobseekers, according to Glassdoor, with candidates 40% more likely to apply for a job at a business they recognise than one they do not.