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There are two sides to every story – that is the cliché that has been embedded in me from an early age...
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Compensation & Benefits
Vince Cable: Crack down on bonuses or face legislation
Vince Cable has warned UK businesses to crack down on bonuses or face new legislation to curb executive pay...read more ›
Resourcing
Immigration rules holding back UK tech firms
A shortage of talent along with immigration policies is holding back London’s tech sector, according to a group of business experts...read more ›
Compensation & Benefits
Sacked David Moyes to get £5m compensation
Manchester United manager, David Moyes, has been sacked after just ten months in the job...read more ›
Resourcing
Mafia members job hunting due to tough times in Italy
Italy’s economic struggles are causing Mafia bosses to complain about there not being enough businesses to extort...read more ›
Compensation & Benefits
RBS to seek approval from the government for hefty executive pay-outs
Royal Bank of Scotland is to reveal that it is seeking the approval of the government to be able to award considerable bonuses to its favoured employees at up to twice their salaries...read more ›
Outplacement
Millions to lose jobs to robots
Millions of British workers will lose their jobs to robots by the year 2040 while others will be working 50-hour weeks...read more ›
HR Management
Co-op bank report to blame poor governance
A report into the near failure of the Co-operative Bank will blame the governance at the organisation and will state that the takeover of Britannia Building Society played a major part in future problems at the bank...read more ›
Compensation & Benefits
Sherpa guides threaten boycott over low compensation
Nepal’s Sherpa guides have called for climbing boycotts over the low compensation received by families following the death of at least 13 in a cascade on Everest last week...read more ›
Diversity
Sexism still 'alive and kicking' in UK business
Sexism is “alive and kicking” in the UK according to the Director of equal opportunity awareness charity Opportunity Now...read more ›
Recruitment Campaigns
Starbucks moves HQ to London and creates 1,000 new jobs
Starbucks will move its European headquarters to London this year followed by the opening of 100 new stores...read more ›
Resourcing
Fake jobs scam at Luton Airport
Fake jobs listing at Luton Airport have been used to scam jobseekers out of hundreds of pounds, claims the Chair of SAFERjobs...read more ›
Resourcing
National Trust hires lamb to greet guests
A National Trust property has welcomed a new member of staff – a lamb that goes by the name of Terry...read more ›
Outplacement
Jobs more secure under CEOs expecting knighthoods
CEOs working while there is the possibility of getting a knighthood are less likely to cut staff to improve bottom lines, new research has found...read more ›
Recruitment Campaigns
Blind CVs harm recruitment process
The growing popularity of blind CVs has prompted experts to warn that it could hamper the recruitment process...read more ›
Employee Relations
One in five UK employees fear losing their job in next six months
One in five UK employees fear losing their job in the next six months according to new research...read more ›
HR Management
Mozilla names interim CEO
Mozilla has named the former Chief Marketing Officer Chris Beard as its interim CEO, following the resignation of Brendan Eich...read more ›
Diversity
'Returnships' key to addressing female brain drain
Internships aimed at professionals who are re-starting their careers after a long break could be key to re-filling the “leaky talent pipeline” of women...read more ›
Resourcing
Surprise for 'world's toughest job' applicants
Applicants for a role that has been deemed as the world’s toughest job received a shock at the interview stage...read more ›
Resourcing
Lumberjack named worst job of 2014
Lumberjacks are not as alright as Monty Python would have you believe according to new research...read more ›
People Moves
New BBC HRD announced
The BBC has announced its new HR Director following the departure of Lucy Adams...read more ›
Learning & Development
RSA increase learning by 30% with tailored curriculum
Insurance company RSA has revealed how it increased learning amongst employees by 30% after it launched a campaign to tailor learning and close gaps in its programmes...read more ›
Learning & Development
Fossil launch UK Training Academy
Clothing and accessories manufacturer Fossil has announced the launch of its new talent management and career development programme, the Fossil UK Training Academy...read more ›
Resourcing
Instagram replacing CVs in creative industry
CVs and portfolios are no longer key to landing a top job - social media is...read more ›
Compensation & Benefits
Ferrari gives staff record bonus
Ferrari has awarded its highest ever bonus to its 3,000 staff following record profits in 2013...read more ›
Resourcing
Reed liable for £158million in unpaid tax
A tribunal has ruled that one of the UK's largest employment agencies is liable for up to £158 million of unpaid tax due on the salaries of thousands of workers it placed...read more ›
Compensation & Benefits
Google's CEO takes home $1 salary
Google CEO, Larry Page, took home a salary of just $1 last year with no additional compensation, stock options or bonuses...read more ›
Employee Relations
Co-op Group staff tell board to back reforms
Co-op Group staff have called on the board to back reform proposals made by Lord Myners as their future balances "on a knife edge"...read more ›
Compensation & Benefits
Barclays hire new Chair of remuneration committee
Barclays has hired the next Chair of its remuneration committee, it has been reported...read more ›
HR Management
easyJet take HR technology into the cloud
easyJet has announced plans to enhance talent management practices and modernise reporting and analytics capabilities with the introduction of a new cloud-based HR application...read more ›
Learning & Development
Amazon offers $5,000 for employees to quit
Unhappy workers at online retailer Amazon could receive up to $5,000 for quitting, according to CEO Jeff Bezos...read more ›
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