CSR policies 'important to young professionals'
Corporate social responsibility (CSR) is an increasingly important issue for young professionals, with many now
Employers 'more eco-friendly than workers'
Being green is more important to employers than it is to their workers, a study
Firms still struggling to implement smoking laws
Many firms are struggling to get to grips with the recently introduced anti-smoking legislation, it
Homeworking 'beneficial to UK employees'
Many UK workers feel that working from home rather than commuting into the office could
Brits concerned about job security
Britons are beginning to fear for their job security following the recent succession of interest
RI praises disability convention signatories
Global organisation Rehabilitation International (RI) has applauded the 100 governments which have signed the UN
Engineering constructions sector employment boost
Employment within the engineering construction sector rose by a quarter last year, recent figures have
Diverse workforce 'can help avoid expensive tribunals'
Firms should ensure that their workforce is diverse to avoid encountering costly employment tribunals, it
Working mums 'more likely to have obese children'
Working women are more likely to have obese offspring, a study has claimed.Research conducted by
Equal pay 'is decades away'
Equal pay for both sexes is still 25 years away, according to a new report.The
Updated: Saturday, 18 May, 2013
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