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).
Life and employment opportunities of young people with chronic conditions
This report looks at the obstacles faced by young people with long-term, chronic or fluctuating health conditions as they seek to move from education into their first job, and then to develop and thrive in the workplace.
Fit for work? Musculoskeletal disorders and the Russian labour market
This report, conducted by the Work Foundation for Fit for Work Europe, looks at the impact that Musculoskeletal Disorders (MSDs) have had on the working lives of millions of Russian individuals.
Sick of being unemployed? The health issues of out of work men and how support services are failing to address them
This report, published with Men's Health Forum, pulls together the evidence about unemployment and health in the UK and makes policy recommendations.
Reading counts: why English and maths skills matter in tackling homelessness
This report for St Mungo's Broadway demonstrates the need for specialised support to improve the basic English and maths skills of homeless people, with the aim of helping them into paid work.
Zero hour contracts: response to the BIS consultation
This submission sets out The Work Foundation’s response to the consultation exercise announced by the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills (BIS) in December 2013.