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.
Updated to include information on the FCA's proposals to help firms adjust to the SMR and CR.
The NHS needs to make more investment in its current workforce rather than creating new roles if it is to reverse staff shortages and the rate of staff attrition, according to a report.
Improved to reflect the most current guidance for employers, including the announcement on 28 January 2019 on transitional arrangements for EEA nationals arriving in the UK after Brexit if there is no deal.
There is widely reported speculation that Tesco could be on the cusp of making 15,000 workers redundant - equating to 3.4% of its 440,000 global workforce.
Faced with uncertain access to labour and the need to reskill workers in the coming years, how can organisations take a more holistic approach to workforce planning? Richard Schofield from Alexander Mann Solutions explains the benefits of such an approach.
Apprenticeships will play a vital role in helping employers embrace new developments in technology, according to research from The 5% Club.
A large majority (87%) of organisations believe that human skills are critical for the future, but few are maximising them in the right way, according to PwC.
With all the political chaos surrounding the proposed Brexit deal, it's hardly surprising that organisations feel confused about how to build their workforce strategies from 2019 onwards.
Returnships are high on the corporate agenda as employers seek experienced talent and boost diversity. Emma Page looks at the advantages of running a returner programme.
HR and legal information and guidance relating to workforce planning.