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'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 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 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 more ›
Instagram replacing CVs in creative industry
CVs and portfolios are no longer key to landing a top job - social media more ›
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Ferrari gives staff record bonus
Ferrari has awarded its highest ever bonus to its 3,000 staff following record profits in more ›
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 more ›
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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 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" more ›
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Barclays hire new Chair of remuneration committee
Barclays has hired the next Chair of its remuneration committee, it has been 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 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 more ›
Compensation & Benefits
Next to scrap bonus scheme
After seeing its CEO gift his £4million bonus to regular employees, Next is scrapping the more ›
Employee Relations
Staff get morning off to watch Game of Thrones
A boss in Birmingham has given his employees Monday mornings off to watch Game of Thrones after they expressed concerns of seeing spoilers more ›
Employee Relations
Ex-England footballer helps save pasty company jobs
Ex-England footballer Danny Mills has helped save more than 250 jobs at the West Cornwall Pasty more ›
HR Management
Four day working weeks could create stronger economy
A four day week could be the key to a stronger economy and a more productive Scottish workforce according to a think more ›
People Moves
Five minutes with: Imperial Tobacco's new Group Head of Talent and Performance
Carlos Torres is the new Group Head of Talent and Performance for Imperial more ›
HR Management
£5million in bonuses withheld from ailing bank
Former executives of the Co-op Bank will not receive nearly £5million in deferred bonuses, the bank confirmed as it posted losses totalling £ more ›
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UPS re-hires walkout workers
UPS has reversed its firing of 250 workers for taking part in a 90-minute strike in more ›
Compensation & Benefits
BP face shareholder revolt over CEO pay
  BP faced a revolt from shareholders when investors refused to back a plan to treble CEO Bob Dudley’s pay more ›
HR Management
Humans replacing robots at Toyota
When you imagine the future of the workplace what do you see? Row-upon-row of robots performing the tasks the once were done by human hand? That’s not how Toyota see more ›
Young women happier in work but paid less than male counterparts
  Young women in the UK think their jobs are more worthwhile than men but still earn less according to new more ›
People Moves
London Stock Exchange appoint Group Head of Resourcing
The London Stock Exchange Group has appointed a new Group Head of more ›
People Moves
MoneyGram VP HR appointed
  MoneyGram, the international money transfer company, has appointed a new Vice President HR (Europe and Africa) more ›
People Moves
Gant UK hire Head of HR and Training
Gant UK has appointed a new Head of HR and more ›
People Moves
Standard Chartered hire COO, HR, Singapore
Standard Chartered has appointed a new Chief Operating Officer, Human more ›
Employee Relations
French employers banned from contacting staff after hours
New French laws mean that employees cannot be contacted by their bosses once they have clocked more ›
Mine closures to cost 1,300 jobs
  Two deep pit mines are set to close next year, costing 1,300 jobs, it has been more ›
HR Management
Survey looks to answer relocation questions
Taking an assignment abroad might seem exotic and exciting – but what is it really like? That is the question put by the HSBC Expat Explorer Survey aims to find more ›
Recruitment Campaigns
Google and Facebook in recruitment drive
Google and Facebook are on a recruitment drive to help them corner a greater part of the advertising more ›
Compensation & Benefits
Next boss to give his bonus to employees
The Chief Executive of Next, Lord Wolfson, will gift his £4million bonus among Next’s 20,000 more ›
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