Companies need to do more to prepare employees for the future of work - but employees have a "keen sense of optimism" as to what this future might hold, according to a major survey by the Harvard Business School and Boston Consulting Group.
The happiest employers work in diverse workplaces and find that doing meaningful work is more important to them than salary.
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.
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.
People working in human resources, education and finance feel the most valued by their employers, according to research.
In a stinging attack on 25 years of healthcare policy, Lord David Prior, chairman of NHS England, has described the inherent dysfunctionality of the NHS, saying that it needs to "recapture its vocational engaged spirit".
Faced with an uncertain economy and little control over external events, employees seek fairness and "good work". Susan Clews, the new chief executive of conciliation service Acas, takes us through the findings of its latest poll.
Michael Rose, reward consultant and author, takes you through how to build a culture of recognition at your organisation, and the business benefits of adopting an effective approach to employee recognition.
Updated to include information on how recognition can encourage innovation and creativity.
Organisations need to attract and retain the best talent as Brexit skills shortages begin to bite. Nick Throp suggests four ways employers can be creative with their reward strategies.
HR and legal information and guidance relating to employee motivation and engagement.