Human Resource Management and Employee Relations
Includes all aspects of Human Resource Management (HRM), plus industrial relations, employee health and wellbeing.
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Why are out of work men more likely to be ill, and what can we do about it?
Jenny Gulliford, Policy and Research Officer at The Work Foundation, looks at the latest research about the impact of unemployment on the health and wellbeing of men in the UK, and the possible reasons why men are more adversely affected than women.
Retirement age for women = 80. (Infographic based on the 2014 National Managers' Salary Survey)
This infographic summarises data about the gender pay gap from the National Managers' Salary Survey 2014 conducted by XpertHR for the Chartered Management Institute (CMI).
Employee ownership developing women engineers: guidance for applicants
A guide gives details of a government funding scheme which provides grants for training and development of women engineers, to improve the gender balance of the profession.
24+ advanced learning loans: application information
A report gives details of applications for 24+ advanced learning loans, which fund adults taking further education courses, in the academic years 2013/4 and 2014/5.
Community learning learner survey: additional analysis of participants following family learning courses
A paper describes the self-reported characteristics, motivations and outcomes of participants in family learning schemes within community learning.
The future of apprenticeships in England: funding reform technical consultation: interim statement
A document gives answers to some frequently-asked questions on the government's proposed reforms to apprenticeships, covering funding, inspections by Ofsted, and the ability of training providers to offer support services to employers.
Recruitment sector: consultation on prohibiting employment agencies and employment businesses from advertising jobs exclusively in other EEA countries
A consultation document requests opinion on a proposed law banning UK recruitment agencies from advertising jobs solely in European countries outside the UK, and not in the UK.