Updated to reflect the result of the general election and its impact on the passage of the withdrawal agreement through Parliament.
Updated to reflect the result of the general election.
The ongoing political uncertainty has led to a high level of caution in hiring organisations. Most HR recruitment has come from replacing leavers or for business critical projects. Henry Lee looks at the market for HR professionals during the first half of this year, and offers some advice for both recruiters and jobseekers.
St John Ambulance talks to XpertHR about its programme to develop future managers and how this has increased self-awareness and improved practical skills, as well as leading to better relationships between units.
The NHS in England has published its interim People Plan, which sets out proposals for the future of the NHS workforce.
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.
Workforce planning in today's chaotic labour market may feel like an uphill struggle, but a methodological approach to sourcing talent can pay off. Simon Blockley, CEO of Guidant Global, explains.
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 take into account the extension of the SMR and CR to all FCA-authorised firms on 9 December 2019.
Parents who work part time are penalised - with just a 21% chance of being promoted within the next three years - according to research from charity Working Families and childcare provider Bright Horizons.
HR and legal information and guidance relating to workforce planning.