HR News

  • Nov- 2020 -
    9 November
    Employee Relations

    Real living wage increases to £9.50 across the UK

    The real living wage rate for 2020/21 has been announced today as £9.50 in the UK and £10.85 in London,…

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  • 6 November
    Coronavirus

    WFH ‘not always a good thing’, says BoE chief economist

    Bank of England’s chief economist, Andy Haldane, has questioned the long-term effects of home working, especially in regards to people’s…

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  • 4 November
    News

    John Laing names Ariam Enraght–Moony as HR Director

    John Laing Group has appointed Ariam Enraght-Moony as HR director and member of the company’s executive committee, she joins after…

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  • 3 November
    Job Market

    CIPD relaunches programme to tackle youth unemployment

    The CIPD has relaunched its steps ahead mentoring programme, which was previously targeted at parents on a career break, to…

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  • Oct- 2020 -
    30 October
    Coronavirus

    Employer hubs needed for Skill gap, says COF

    The College of the Future (COF) has called for the creation of a new service through college employer hubs to…

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  • 23 October
    Employee Relations

    Employees ‘unaware’ of staff benefits, study shows

    Only 57% of employers believe their employees understand company benefits. A new study published by GriD, the industry body for…

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  • 22 October
    Employee Relations

    ‘Half of all work tasks to be automated’, says WEF

    Half of employee work tasks are expected to be automated by 2025.  A new study published by the World Economic…

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  • 21 October
    News

    Davies name Emma Wedderburn as chief HR officer

    Davies has appointed Emma Wedderburn as group chief HR officer.  The firm said Wedderburn has a “reputable background” in human…

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  • 20 October
    Coronavirus

    Manchester moved into Tier three

    Prime minister Boris Johnson has announced that Manchester will be placed into Tier 3 Covid-19 restrictions, after talks between mayor…

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  • 19 October
    News

    Wales announces ‘firebreak’ lockdown

    The Welsh government has announced a two-week “firebreak” national lockdown, which will force business closures across the country from 23…

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