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17 May 2013
Paul provides a précis of the key points from his presentation to a CIPD HR Leaders Forum on the changing contours of fairness.
15 May 2013
Ian Brinkley writes on underemployment among part-timers in the UK economy.
The Work Foundation 2013 Annual Debate takes a look at the future – are we in danger of being replaced by robots and will artificial enhancement of people’s cognitive abilities and performance start to have a real impact on the workplace?
Kevin Armstrong, Teacher Support Network
14 May 2013
New research released recently concluded that teachers are the happiest workers in Britain. But should we be wary about such conclusions?
09 May 2013
With a proposal in the Queen's speech to reform the process and service delivery of rehabilitation for prisoners, Karen Steadman provides some insight into what the proposals will mean.
Dr Neil Lee
07 May 2013
Dr Neil Lee presents a summary of the findings from the latest report into wage inequality and employment polarisation in British cities.
03 May 2013
Helping someone with cancer to stay in employment saves time and money by avoiding the need to recruit their replacement, and boosts loyalty and morale. Providing this support is easier than businesses may think.
Dr Tyna Taskila
02 May 2013
Dr Tyna Taskila responds to the latest study which reveals that a third of cancer patients lose an average of £860 in monthly income because of their illness.
01 May 2013
44% of carers report that they had been pushed into debt as a result of the extra costs of caring or of giving up work or reducing working hours to provide care. This is a challenge that both employers and policymakers have to take seriously if they do not wish to continue to lose a significant proportion of the workforce.
A reflection on the current state of the labour market given it's Labour Day today (1 May)
26 April 2013
The latest blog from LEAD on the importance of the basics in the changing business landscape.
Dr Peter Carter, chief executive of the Royal College of Nursing (RCN)
25 April 2013
The Government is labouring under the illusion that our would-be nurses have an ulterior motive, and are entering nursing with no real desire to deliver the fundamentals of nursing.
The Health and Work Assessment and Advisory Service (HWAAS), which will be introduced next year, is designed to support those who have been on sick leave for more than four weeks back to work. We welcomed the new service - which has the potential to fill a large and important gap in current provision by giving specialist advice and support to people on long-term sick leave.
18 April 2013
An analysis of the various factors as to why wages are so low.
Ali Kaye, 2011 Clore Social Fellow
17 April 2013
The social sector needs leaders who can work with and through others to enable and drive fast-paced, innovative, relentless change.