Employment is up, but productivity isn’t. Jon Boys makes sense of what’s happening in the UK labour market and asks whether Brexit is to blame
Charles Cotton asks why CEO pay continues to grow faster than average wages and offers a solution in his latest Voice article
The UK has a highly skilled workforce, but not enough jobs that can make the most of those skills. Discussing a new report, Lizzie Crowley sets out a strategy to address this
In the wake of the #MeToo movement, sexual harassment (and how it’s covered up) has been thrust into the spotlight. Rachel Suff tackles the nuances of non-disclosure agreements after numerous calls for them to be banned
Ben Willmott introduces CIPD’s government-funded pilot scheme to test the impact of free HR support for small businesses in Birmingham
What does Brexit mean for businesses? Will everything stop on 29 March or keep going as they are? Read Mark Beatson’s take.
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