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Working from home statistics released by the TUC show more people than ever are working remotely, but there are regional disparities.

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Overhauling the UK's 40-year-old statutory sick pay system could benefit the UK to the tune of £3.9bn and better support hundreds of thousands of workers, according to new proposals.

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The Executive Development Network’s latest research reveals that apprenticeships have the pulling power to attract and retain top talent

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The first year of the UK's new post-Brexit immigration system has seen a large increase in the number of visas issued to non-EU migrants.

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More than one in five employers plans to implement a 'no jab no job' policy over the coming year, according to Acas.

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A banker who was accused of 'emotional terrorism' by colleagues has been awarded almost €1.7 million (£1.4m) for unfair dismissal.

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Inflation has hit a 40-year high, so how can HR teams help staff manage the escalating cost of living short of increasing wages?

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How can you respond and what information might you need to provide if your business receives an HMRC furlough enquiry letter?

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Lower adoption of artificial intelligence in the UK has been blamed on AI skills shortages.

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