- UK skills shortage: short-term concern or long-term crisis?

The UK skills shortage is at an all-time high, with the shortage of workers falling across multiple sectors including engineering, accounting, hospitality and care. The stats Job vacancies have risen by 16,000 from last year up to 767,000 (Office of National Statistics, May 2017), yet unemployment levels have dropped lower than they have been in

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- Disability in the workplace: what employers need to know

The most recent statistics show that out of all the working-age people with a disability in the UK, almost half are employed (NHS Choices, 2015), however campaigners say this should be higher and that employers are not currently doing enough to help disabled people feel more welcome and secure in the workplace. So what does

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- Helping you understand the latest on workplace dress-codes

You may have seen a lot in the news recently regarding what employers can and cannot tell their employees to wear in the workplace, with questions being asked about whether or not employers can make it compulsory for women to wear high heels, or ban them from wearing Muslim headscarves. Whilst reports such as the

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- Brexit and the likely impact on employment

When we made the decision to leave the EU back in June last year, many questions were thrown into the air around what affects this would have on everyday life in the UK and most importantly what changes we need to be ready for. In this article we discuss the possible implications Brexit will have

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