- Brexit secretary vows no change to employment law
The secretary of state for exiting the EU David Davis has given a strong indication that existing employment law would not be radically changed once the UK leaves the EU.
Writing on a ...
- How will Brexit affect employers with EEA workers?
As the debate about the free movement of labour post-Brexit rumbles on, Kerry Garcia and Jackie Penlington consider how the UK’s exit from the EU might affect workers from the wider European Economic Area (EEA).
- New war for talent pushing up adoption of HR tech, says Fairsail
As the economy continues to improve and skills are in shorter supply, mid-size companies have a greater appetite for HR technology and automation, reports Cath Everett.
Faced with an uphill struggle to bring employees in with the right...
- Measuring ROI on global mobility: is it just about the numbers?
Most HR professionals would argue that global mobility adds value to an organisation and individual careers, but how can they demonstrate this to other senior leaders? Jose Segade looks at how to demonstrate the return on investment (ROI) of...
- Smarter use of tech can help create "HR superheroes", says IBM
Using HR tech, social media and collaborative working can help HR flourish during times of rapid change, delegates at the IBM Smarter Workforce summit in London learned. Michael Carty reports.
“Change is happening on...
- Employers cut real-terms pay despite signs of recovery
Typical pay awards continue to be significantly lower than inflation despite the brighter economic outlook, according to annual XpertHR research published today.
The survey, covering pay awards over the year to the end of August 2013,...