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Amazon's Gareth Johnson outlines some next steps on LGBT inclusivity as employers consider a return to the office.

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The announcement about lockdown easing plans prompted a boom in annual leave requests.

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Research by Reed has found pay rises for HR professionals were less than those enjoyed by the rest of the workforce.

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TV and radio presenter Kaye Adams has won a case at the tax tribunal after judges ruled that the BBC...

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Doctors have a ‘professional responsibility’ to get a Covid-19 vaccine and could face disciplinary action if they refuse one without a valid reason.

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The number of female directors in FTSE 100 companies has increased by 50% in the last five years, according to the Hampton-Alexander review.

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To avoid damaging skills gaps and to make use of the talent that's still out there, businesses need to rethink their recruitment strategies as the Covid crisis recedes.

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Exercise and getting people mobile early on in their rehabilitation from severe Covid-19 may help improve recovery, research has indicated....

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The Supreme Court's decision in the Uber v Aslam case is set to have significant implications for the app-based working model. But what comes next for Uber and its workers?

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