The key steps HR professionals must consider when putting together an online learning programme
There is a good chance the government will scrap National Insurance Contribution (NICs) tax relief on employer pension contributions next year, according to Centre for Policy Studies research fellow Michael Johnson.
Ralph La Fontaine considers today’s not-so-modern education system and how technology is dragging it into the 21st century
Organisations and individuals are operating in an increasingly complex and evolving environment. Ralph La Fontaine examines the need for digital skills.
Educational experiences which are active, social, contextual, engaging and student-owned lead to deeper learning. Ralph La Fontaine explores the benefits for HR teams.
Executive pay has rarely been out of the headlines in the last few years. Simon Laffin considers the dilemma facing those who control it
The focus on boardroom practices and ethics is set to continue with a further high profile investigation and a concerted effort by the regulator to focus on corporate culture.
The need for the pensions regulator to clear all potential corporate mergers and acquisitions involving a DB scheme, as proposed by MPs, has been dismissed by the regulator and industry experts.
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Addressing the needs of the youngest workers is one of the biggest challenges for businesses and HR professionals must play a key role.
A special dedicated programme is being introduced to help employers support mental health within the construction industry.
It is becoming increasingly conclusive that management and leadership have a significant effect on the productivity of an organisation’s workforce.
Evidence is emerging that shows leadership and management practice have a significant effect on organisation-level productivity no matter the business size, sector or country.
HR leaders must be able to talk in the language of business if they are to make boardroom colleagues understand the importance of the function.
The world is going through major demographic changes and employers witness this first hand, but too much of the discussion is now veering into stereotyping.
University typically dominates the post-school education debate, but the spotlight is increasingly focusing on apprenticeships. Anthony Walters examines why businesses should consider the needs of trainees as well as the organisation when starting a programme.
Marks & Spencer confirmed it will close its defined benefit (DB) pension scheme in April but has made key concessions to staff as part of its overhaul of pay conditions.
Linklaters is responding to the Brexit vote by paying for UK residency applications for its eligible EU employees.