How the Global Business Mobility visa will overhaul how firms move staff to the UK

The Global Business Mobility visa route represents a major overhaul of the immigration system for businesses bringing in foreign workers. So what’s changed and how has the sponsor system been adapted? The... Read more »

Ukraine and Russia: HR must play key role in risk management

Global health and security business tells Personnel Today about its operations in the two countries. The post Ukraine and Russia: HR must play key role in risk management appeared first on Personnel... Read more »

Hays and Shell cut Russia ties but for other firms withdrawal is complex

Hays recruitment and Shell latest to sever ties with Russia, but other companies wrestle with difficult ethical decisions and complex choices. The post Hays and Shell cut Russia ties but for other... Read more »

Ikea latest business to shut down in Russia

The Swedish furniture giant – one of the largest western European employers in Russia – has closed its 17 outlets there. The post Ikea latest business to shut down in Russia appeared... Read more »

Ursula von der Leyen to press for EU-wide female board quotas

EU moves to establish more female boardroom representation in larger companies is set to be revived. The post Ursula von der Leyen to press for EU-wide female board quotas appeared first on... Read more »

Oven-Ready HR Reheated part 1: Elan Divon, Dr Sam Friedman and more

As we’ve reached the end of Season 3 of the show, here are some of the best bits for you… The post Oven-Ready HR Reheated part 1: Elan Divon, Dr Sam Friedman... Read more »

Oven-Ready HR Reheated part 2: Lars Schmidt, Romanie Thomas, Rob Moss and more

Highlights of the final eight interviews of season three of the Oven-Ready HR podcast. Essential listening. The post Oven-Ready HR Reheated part 2: Lars Schmidt, Romanie Thomas, Rob Moss and more appeared... Read more »

Public opinion backs reduced working hours in Scotland

The SNP wants to weigh up a shift to a four day working week, ‘as and when’ Scotland gains full control of employment rights. The post Public opinion backs reduced working hours... Read more »

‘Four-day week’ trials transform Icelandic employment

Trials of reduced working hours have led to new employment contracts for many people in Iceland. The post ‘Four-day week’ trials transform Icelandic employment appeared first on Personnel Today. Read more »

Employees’ group rejects Apple’s return to office plan

Letter from 80 employees urges Apple leaders to rethink plan to return to office in September – to reflect diversity and inclusion and the success of homeworking. The post Employees’ group rejects... Read more »
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