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Now that more returner programmes are coming back onstream after a pause during Covid,... read more
A large survey of parents shows that those on lower incomes and/or Universal Credit are significantly more likely to be in debt and use food banks due... read more
The Chartered Management Institute and the Equality and Human Rights Commission have published a toolkit for employers on how to reduce their gender... read more
Home education has more than doubled in the past year, but what are its benefits and challenges, and why are more families choosing it? ... read more
There has been a lot of focus on health and social care, but will education, including childcare, get the funding they need to recover from Covid? read more
The workforce in the UK is changing. By 2020 1 in 3 workers will be over 50, and by 2030 half of all adults in the UK will be over 50.
Understanding the challenges and opportunities of an ageing population is vital if we want to create productive, innovative and inclusive multi-generational teams as we all lead longer working lives.
workingwise.co.uk is a job and community site specially focused on older workers looking for flexibility and improved work-life balance, and the employers who recognise what they have to offer.
John Lewis has launched equal parenting and pregnancy loss leave policies as part of a new inclusion package. read more
A new report from the CIPD finds that job quality has remained stable over the pandemic year, but calls on employers to reconsider issues such as work... read more
The Government has announced the creation of a single enforcement body on employment rights. read more
How can care policy contribute to gender equality? A new book outlines how a partnership model might be more realistic for the UK than a more radical... read more