New research from the Joseph Rowntree Foundation reveals abusive practices endured by migrant worker
The number of private and public sector firms planning redundancies has fallen, finds CIPD.
Germany and the Netherlands provide lessons, but we can't copy their approach wholesale.
A nationwide strike will protest controversial pension reforms.
Much of the jobs cull happened in the last six months, says Cebr
Tackling poverty means tackling the weak job market
Just 115,000 new jobs added in April.
A think tank has said that unemployment will rise to 9 per cent this year.
A report says that unemployment will continue to rise.
Why does a Labour MP think it is in the interests of his constituents to attack eastern Europeans?
Regional pay bargaining supported by internal Department of Health document.
Good on Barclays and Citigroup, but we need to focus on the pay of all employees, not just those at
5.6 people are chasing every one job. Without reducing this number, unemployment can never substanti
It’s time for a heavyweight at the Old Lady of Threadneedle Street.
Subtantial progress may not come until 2013
Women have not performed well in traditionally feminised occupations.
Unemployment down by 35,000, 0.1 percentage point, and employment rises by 53,000, also 0.1 point.
Almost half of young people work in one employment sector.
New research by NIESR/DWP shows the positive effect of the government's work experience programme.
Black unemployment in the UK has been higher in the last three recessions.
In economics, there's nothing fully good.
Schools should organise better placements, says Ofsted
Without targeted action, the UK will suffer.
Although the employment data for the US was weaker than hoped, it was still better than the UK.
Layoffs are the first under internet company's new boss.
Youth unemployment is at 50 per cent in two European nations.