According to a Guardian report last week, the maximum £72,000 compensation cap for unfair dismissal is to be slashed as part of a package of measures designed to remove disincentives from employers to take on new staff. The new cap may be set at the employee's annual salary, or another lower figure.
A report in People Management today details data which suggests the work has only just begun in increasing female board membership.
People Management reported this month that employers are increasingly seeking new ways of administering benefits amid concerns around auto enrolment of pensions.
James Titcomb for City AM reports today that the City’s bonus culture is back on the rise, with three-quarters of financial services staff receiving pay-outs in the last year, according to London job market data released today.
Grapevine HR reports today on a Credit Suisse study which contends that firms with at least one woman on their board outperform rivals with no women at the top table.
People Management has reported on research which suggests that strong human capital management equals higher productivity.
A recent report People Management found that half of staff are ‘not aware of HR polices’. Company structure and CSR are also misunderstood by the workforce according to the findings of a new survey.
Human resource professionals are making slow strides in becoming strategic business partners within their organizations, according to new research Next generation HR from Hay Group, the global management consultancy.
People Management reported on Friday 13th July of a new CIPD investigation into the effect of pay structures on productivity.
According to an Xpert HR report, as detailed in Personnel Today, HR Managers are in the main, ill-equipped to deal with underperformance.