• Mental health at work is everybody's business. As well as the wellbeing of the person suffering, it can also have a wider impact. In fact, according to the dispute resolution experts at ACAS, mental health problems cost UK employers an estimated £30 billion a year through lost production, recruitment and absence.

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  • The days when employers had to keep fat, bulky files on their employees, with these locked away in the HR department office, are long gone. Thanks to ongoing advances in HR software, firms can keep all their employee data in one place and get the information they need in a click of a button.

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  • Women are more likely to take sick leave than men, a new study suggests. The Law Society’s PC Holder Survey 2014 claimed that more than a third (35 per cent) of women took time off last year due to ill health or injury, compared with 25 per cent of men.

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  • A growing number of employers are planning to take on new staff, research has revealed. The Midyear Job Forecast by CareerBuilder.co.uk revealed that 45 per cent of employers plan to hire full-time, permanent staff over the next six months.

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  • A study published by the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD) found that increasing numbers of UK employers are turning to young workers to fill their skills gaps, signalling the end of an austere decade for young jobseekers.

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