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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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Mary Beard offers job reference to Twitter troll
Cambridge Classics Professor, Mary Beard has offered an olive branch to one of her Twitter trolls, by taking the unusual step of offering him a job reference...read more ›
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Typewriter sounds used to motivate The Times journalists
In attempt to increase energy levels and help reporters hit deadlines The Times has started playing typewriter sounds in the newsroom...read more ›
Resourcing
The challenges of F1 recruiting
Fast cars, global travel, iconic sporting venues, nail biting competition and the thrill of victory – who wouldn't want the opportunity to work as a Formula One engineer?  If you're not an avid fan of the sport, then it’s often easy to overlook the individual elements, processes and most importantly the people, it takes to build a successful race team...read more ›
Diversity
Top UK jobs are held by 'cosy club' elitists
Top roles within the UK’s key institutions are dominated by those who have been privately educated and as such, do not represent the public they serve; that’s according to the Social Mobility and Child Poverty Commission study...read more ›
Employment Law & Risk
HR Manager sued for £50,000 by hotel boss
A Kensington hotel boss is suing the HR manager of The Westbury Hotel for up to £50,000 over claims the executive branded him a “fraudster”...read more ›
HR Management
Flexible working gives businesses “significant competitive edge”
Business owners and senior managers increasingly believe that offering flexible working options to staff is an effective method of improving business productivity...read more ›
Resourcing
Number of nurses from EU on rise
The amount of nurses from Europe being employed by the NHS is soaring, according to new figures...read more ›
HR Management
Rupert Murdoch's 'feudal' management blamed for CEO rift
A former CEO of News Corp has blamed the multinational mass media corporation’s ‘outdated management systems’ for forcing him out of the company...read more ›
Employee Relations
Workers happier with robot bosses
Employees are more likely to prefer taking orders from robots rather than their colleagues, according to research just released...read more ›
HR Management
Females falter in confidence unless fully qualified
Females are less likely to apply for jobs, promotions or challenging projects if they don’t feel they are fully qualified, but what can be done to solve this? Hewlett Packard discovered that women would only apply for a promotion if they were 100% qualified for the job – while men would apply if they only had 60% of the job requirements...read more ›