This new Glassdoor Economic Research report, conducted in cooperation with Llewellyn Consulting, titled , aims to identify where gender inequality is highest, in what types of jobs women are under-represented and the impact on the gender pay gap when women in the workplace start a family.
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This report from the CIPD focusses on the main policy and practice issues that national governments and employers need to consider if they wish to retain older workers.
This briefing from the Centre on Migration, Policy and Society (COMPAS) at the University of Oxford looks at Brexit and the UK Labour Market.
In recent decades, European labour markets have witnessed substantial disruption as the workplace has been restructured to accommodate the arrival of digital technologies. This collection of essays on employment in a digitised economy explores technology, globalisation and the future of work in Europe.
The population is ageing, but what role do older workers have to play in economic recovery? The International Longevity Centre discuss.
This report by the CIPD considers this debate and the effect migration is having on our labour market in the UK.
The High Level Group on Administrative Burdens (HLG) presents its final report with far-reaching recommendations on smart regulation and cutting red tape in the EU.
The European Employment Strategy (EES) seeks to create more and better jobs in EU member states. It takes its inspiration from the Europe 2020 growth strategy, and deals with guidelines for employment policies, labour market reform programmes and Member States economic issues.
Take action to increase the female labour market participation rate and act now on youth unemployment: the European Commission puts forward its recommendations to help the UK improve its economy.
This report by Adecco covers the main changes affecting workforces today.