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The 12 jobs with the biggest pay increases this year

The 12 jobs with the biggest pay increases this year

It's not all about the banks.

 

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Combating the confidence gap isn't just down to businesses

Combating the confidence gap isn't just down to businesses

27 June 2016

Individuals can take specific steps to feel more assured in their capabilities, though companies have responsibilities too.

 
 
London's tech start-ups trump FTSE firms on diversity - but that's not saying much

London's tech start-ups trump FTSE firms on diversity - but that's not saying much

22 June 2016

Too many companies are still having trouble improving their gender balance - in spite of industry-wide calls for change.

 
 
Daphne Koller: Soft skills are overlooked and undervalued

Daphne Koller: Soft skills are overlooked and undervalued

21 June 2016

The co-founder of online education platform Coursera on what skills will get workers ahead in the future.

 
 
Do employers have the right to snoop on employees' private emails?

Do employers have the right to snoop on employees' private emails?

21 June 2016

WORKPLACE RIGHTS: Companies need to follow UK legislation - which places significant restrictions on the power to monitor employees' private communications.

 
 
What will the world of work look like in 2066?

What will the world of work look like in 2066?

20 June 2016

MT at 50: From robot domination to self-led organisations, here are three scenarios of what our working lives could look like in 50 years' time.

 
 
Where the word 'mentoring' comes from

Where the word 'mentoring' comes from

17 June 2016

A mentor can help you get on in your career and has its origins in Ancient Greece.

 
 
HR needs to take a bigger role in shaping tomorrow's organisations.

HR needs to take a bigger role in shaping tomorrow's organisations.

16 June 2016

MT at 50: CIPD chief executive Peter Cheese on whether we can create a better work-life balance in the future.

 
 
Why failure informs success

Why failure informs success

16 June 2016

The Project Saboteur...and How to Kill Him is a light-hearted read on people who ruin things at work - but some deeper insights would have been welcome.