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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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Small business, enterprise and employment bill: employment fact sheets

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A revised guide gives brief details of the proposed reforms to employment law in the Small Business, Enterprise and Employment Bill.

Fluctuating conditions, fluctuating support: improving organisational resilience to fluctuating conditions in the workforce

This paper, the second from the Health at Work Policy Unit, looks at the challenges faced by employers in managing a workforce where the prevalence of chronic and fluctuating conditions is set to rise to around 40 per cent of the UK’s working age population by 2030.

Symptoms of depression and their effects on employment

This research report looks at the role that symptoms associated with depression can have on an individual’s ability to find a job or remain in employment.

Healthy, working economies: improving the health and wellbeing of the working age population locally

This paper, the third from the Health at Work Policy Unit, highlights good practice examples where policy has been used at a local level to achieve improved workforce health.

The way forward: policy options for improving workforce health in the UK

This paper recommends a number of changes to government policy which it argues are needed to increase the number of employers who are active and effective in developing and implementing workplace health and wellbeing programmes.

Living long, working well: supporting older workers with health conditions to remain active at work

This paper considers how, with appropriate support from government and employers, the workplace and labour market will need to change to address one of the key challenges of the 21st century: an ageing workforce.

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