"Systemic" shortages in the NHS workforce mean long-term plans for the health service risk becoming an unachievable wish list, according to healthcare experts, who have cited forecasts that more than one in six posts could be unfilled by 2030.
Two-thirds of businesses are worried that they will not be able to find sufficiently skilled people to fill high skilled roles, according to industry body the CBI.
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.
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.
Consulting firm PwC has launched a gig economy platform that allows people to offer their skills for hire without working traditional hours.
With Brexit looming and AI threatening to replace roles, assessment now has a broader role to play in resolving key talent challenges in the financial services sector, says Andreas Lohff.
Updated to include information on the FCA and PRA policy statements on the extension of the SMR and CR to insurers and to all FCA-authorised firms.
HR practices that aim to develop employees' skills for current or future roles will only be successful with the support of line managers, a study has found.
HR and legal information and guidance relating to workforce planning.