GDPR is just around the corner and HR professionals are set to be among the most significantly affected, particularly in terms of recruitment data. So how can companies ensure their HR departments are ready for the change in legislation?
The dream of self-employment is an aspiration which many of us have – enjoying flexible hours and being your own boss certainly has its benefits – but what are the drawbacks of this ever-growing work system?
With less than a month left until the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) takes effect in Europe, the Pillar Project’s in-house GDPR specialist, Michael Shea, examines how the new law will begin to affect the lives of private EU citizens.
Research shows that there is a significant gap in workplace happiness between men and women across the UK.
Now that the deadline for gender pay gap reporting has passed, and attention is now being paid to other areas where there might be pay gaps – could ethnicity pay gap reporting be the next big thing?
Survey says 65 per cent in the sector intend to take advantage of new ‘right to erasure’ – but all other sectors return far higher figures.
Cathy Brown, Director at Engage for Success, and speaker at the recent 13th annual Employee Engagement and Reward Summit, discusses the role of Human Resources in employee engagement.
Last week, leading HR news site HRreview ran the Employee Engagement and Reward Week – a week long spotlight on this important issue in the UK in 2018.