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The government has announced the most comprehensive reforms of the framework for directors’ remuneration in a decade...read more ›
The government’s Regional Growth Fund to support private sector jobs has not generated maximum value for money, a new report suggests...read more ›
Immigration staff are planning to stage a one day strike in a clash with Government over public sector pensions...read more ›
The average monthly take home pay reflects the announcement that the UK is now in the midst of a double-dip recession...read more ›
Employees are abandoning corporate and individual pension schemes and preferring to trust other vehicles, such as ISAs...read more ›
The Institute of Directors (IoD) has appointed a new Chairman...read more ›
One quarter of companies think that employment will be lower this year, according to a new survey...read more ›
Fred Goodwin, the former chief executive of Royal Bank of Scotland, has had his knighthood removed after heavy criticism for his role in the bank’s near-collapse...read more ›
Inflation outstripping pay, employers struggling to raise salary and employees expecting to opt-out of retirement savings are all reasons why the Institute of Directors (IoD) believes that auto-enrolment should be postponed until 2014...read more ›
IoD to produce directory of potential female directors
The Institute of Directors (IoD) aim to produce a list of women that will be capable of stepping-up to board positions or non-executive roles, to be handed to headhunters...read more ›
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Employee Relations
Office plants increase productivity by 15%
Offices plants make staff happier and 15% more productive, according to a new study The international research led by Alex Haslam of University of Queensland’s School of Psychology found that those that see workplace greenery as a waste of money may want to reassess their view...read more ›
Diversity
KPMG claim new appointments break glass ceiling
Consultancy giant KPMG has improved its gender balance at senior levels with the announcement of 52 new partners...read more ›
Diversity
Radio Times power list: British women 'dominating' broadcasting
The recent choice to appoint Tess Daly and Claudia Winkleman as hosts of Strictly Come Dancing caused quite a flurry of interest; such is the rarity of having an all-woman presenting team...read more ›
Learning & Development
Coding in schools welcomed by IT recruiter
A major overhaul of the British education system will see children aged five to 16 being taught computer coding...read more ›
Resourcing
BP hopes to discover future leaders
BP has today launched a new programme in the hope of finding the company’s next generation of leaders...read more ›
HR Management
Our brains are masters at ‘filling in the blanks’...read more ›
Recruitment Campaigns
Universities face grad employment rate exaggeration claims
Universities could be exaggerating the employment rate of graduates by funding paid internships it has been reported...read more ›
Compensation & Benefits
Half of parents struggling with childcare consider leaving job
Adequate childcare that fits around the working day is a familiar problem for many working families with children of primary school age that often requires a schedule worked out to military precision...read more ›
Resourcing
Top 10 jobs parents want for their children
Almost half of parents hope for their children to become doctors one day, a new study has found...read more ›
Compensation & Benefits
Young women damage career by applying for low paid jobs
A new report claims that many women are damaging their career prospects by applying for oversubscribed and often poorly paid jobs in industries, such as hair and beauty...read more ›