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- Should students take 'smart' drugs?
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- Red Cross joins IMD
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- Cargill wins award for CO2 reduction
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Only a minority of private sector employers have carried out an equal pay review despite more than a decade of campaigns designed to persuade firms to take this step voluntarily
A significant number of trainees feel that their working conditions could be improved and that the learning content of their traineeship is insufficient, according to a new survey.
Delegates from more than 30 countries will meet in Geneva to discuss a series of issues related to the chemical industry.
Barclays have been named best service provider and overall winner of the Disability Standard 2013. Barclays have consistently worked to attract disabled employees across their business, rather than just one area.
Raising the minimum wage up to the ‘living wage’ could provide the UK economy and the Government's coffers with a much-needed boost says Professor Kim Hoque.
Commitment to gender equality and career progression for women in Science and Engineering at the University of Sheffield has been reinforced with a an endorsement from a champion for female researchers.
The University of Nottingham is offering a free course on sustainability as part of a new venture in social online learning.
The International Labour Office has launched a new tool to guide efforts towards the goal of eliminating the worst forms of child labour by 2016.
A new project to help prevent 100,000 girls and women across South Asia from falling victim to the worst forms of labour trafficking has been launched.
Veolia Environnement is the latest signatory to the Seoul Declaration, which gives employees the right to work in a safe and healthy environment.
A new global study of white collar bullying shows that the country a company is based in has a direct effect on how much workplace bullying is accepted.
The University of Southampton’s aspirations to improve fairness and equality for women have been rewarded through the Athena SWAN Charter administered by the Equality Challenge Unit.
Investment in SMEs working in the area of environmentally innovative technologies is producing above average returns, creating valuable jobs and also alleviating environmental impacts.
The link between good workplace practices and small enterprise performance was discussed at a conference hosted by ILO.
Commitment to gender equality and career progression for women scientists at the University of Sheffield has been further reinforced with a glowing endorsement from a champion for female researchers.
Erasmus for All, the new education, training and youth programme for 2014-2020, will include funding for neighbouring countries including Tunisia.
Young leaders from the worlds of business, academia and research shared their inspiring ideas at the EIT Foundation's Annual Innovation Forum in Brussels
The United Nations has teamed up with youth groups and partners all over the world to launch MY World, which is the UN Survey for a Better World.
As news spreads and tempers rise about Yahoo banning home working, Ken Sheridan and Paula Wynne raise their hands to Sir Richard Branson for being such a fantastic ambassador for home workers
Having always promoted and encouraged pension membership, E.ON is taking a positive and proactive approach to pensions auto-enrolment for its 12,000 employees.
An opinion adopted by the EESC supports the European Commission proposal establishing a temporary quota system for women on the boards of publicly-listed companies.
What is the role and place of migrants in Europe? The Commission is inviting students to reflect on the contribution migrants make to societies in Europe.
A new study has found strong evidence for a link between cleaning jobs and risk of developing asthma.
UWE Bristol experts are joining in a debate to investigate and discuss the ethics associated with the recent increase in taking of smart drugs by students.
Heads and representatives of UN agencies have launched a campaign to promote the rights of people living with HIV.
As homeowners we are becoming cannier about turning down the thermostat to save money and the planet but are we as energy conscious in the workplace?
Companies using the Fairtrade Mark demonstrate different types of commitment to the fair trade movement and therefore their impact on producers in developing countries is not the same.
The International Labour Organization has launched ArtWorks, an artist engagement programme to raise awareness of rights at work, including freedom from slavery and from child labour.
There are currently over 280,000 expatriate teachers working in international schools around the world and there’s still a demand for more who have great skills and teaching experience.
Microsoft Corp. has announced a new global initiative, Microsoft YouthSpark, that aims to create opportunities for 300 million youth in more than 100 countries.
Western Union has announced they will turn every successful pass in the UEFA Europa League into funding to support one day’s education for young people around the world.
Transitioning to a green economy has a huge potential to create new jobs in Spain at a time when the crisis-hit country is reeling from a 50% youth unemployment rate.
Despite a global reputation for gender equality, certain Scandinavian countries disadvantage female scholars with sexist attitudes towards ''women-friendly'' work policies.
BMS is committed to providing unique career development opportunities for recent graduates who have a passion and interest in helping people lead fuller, healthier lives.
Women scientists in the Middle East hoping to rise to senior positions are being given a helping hand by two experts in global leadership competencies.
Over 20,000 employees of Roche marked the International Day of the African Child by walking and collecting donations for children in need as part of the 9th Roche Children’s Walk.
A team of three first year Durham University students has been crowned champions of Unilever’s Sustainable Business Challenge.
How can a young person with a disability optimally prepare for the application process? This question was at the centre of a workshop that Dow Europe organised.
The UK’s biggest children’s charity, Barnardo’s, has won two national awards for its student and graduate intern schemes.
Green jobs in SMEs are estimated to expand dynamically with a rate of 35% in the next 2 years.
A new initiative providing environmental businesses with £1,000 towards the temporary recruitment of an undergraduate has been launched by the UWE Bristol and the Environmental Technologies iNet.
More than 600 businesses, universities, politicians, NGOs and students are expected to attend the Sustainable Business Conference, organized by HEC Paris.
Rockwell Automation and Nestlé join forces to promote industrial engineering in the UK to young people at The Big Bang Fair at NEC in Birmingham between the 15th and 17th of March.
The International Committee of the Red Cross joins IMD business school’s Corporate Learning Network
Find out how young people can get recruitment advice and support from ''Youth at Work''.
Prospects, The National Autistic Society’s recruitment service is piloting a new 28-week into-work course they’ve developed for adults with autism.
Stonewall has published its Top 100 Employers 2012, showcasing Britain''s best employers for lesbian, gay and bisexual staff. Ernst & Young tops the list.
Students at Grenoble Graduate School of Business offer advice and consultancy to not-for-profit emergency service for the homeless.
Cargill’s refined oils business in Europe has won a ‘Lean and Green Award’ for its plan to reduce transportation CO2 emissions.
Novo Nordisk has just been ranked 22nd on the first-ever ranking of the top 25 multinational workplaces by Great Places to Work.
The UN has declared 2012 as the International Year of Sustainable Energy for All and a growing demand for professionals within the energy and environmental sectors supports this.
BASF has won with the German Diversity Award as “Germany’s Most Diverse Employer” in the category large-scale enterprise.
UK announces a £2m-a-year partnership between the Department for Education and the Institute of Physics to attract the best graduates to become physics teachers.
MBA Alumni give back to IMD: The Social Responsibility Scholarship aims to benefit future classes and the world.
Top graduate employers are backing a University of Bristol scheme to help improve students’ chances of getting a job in the competitive job market.
One of Europe''s leading architectural competitions, the Schindler Award, is now accepting entries for 2012.
UK cloud-computing guru Duane Jackson, says that drug-traffickers have many skills that are transferable to the world of big business.
One sixth of Europeans is a person with disabilities, and 70% are among the poorest persons in Europe. The disability strategy aims to change this.
Nottingham University Business School is the UK’s leading provider for MBAs which offer future business leaders a valuable insight into corporate social responsibility.
The University of Sheffield and its Students’ Union have become the first UK joint signatories to adopt a code of conduct under a Worker Rights Consortium agreement.
The European Commission has set a target for increasing the numbers of judges, prosecutors, lawyers and other legal practitioners trained in European law.
Open Society, a network for young people at the start of their career, has launched an ethical recruitment service, offering a unique try before you buy package.
How do you feel about your work? Mercer has launched a creative word competition to get people thinking about their experiences at work.
The first of a new European label on gender equality has been presented to Randstad Group, for its innovative approach to the issue.
Employment rate for those aged 20 to 64 in the EU27 decreased to 68.6% in 2010. Full-time employees worked 40.4 hours a week on average.
GDF SUEZ is offering employees the opportunity through solidarity microcredit to help create and viable, long-term micro-businesses throughout the world.
The challenges of water security and international development will be tackled through a Masters degree at the University of East Anglia.
Employees of insurance group Aviva Ireland have voted to champion the battle against child homelessness.
Grenoble Ecole de Management has been selected as a pilot study centre on stress, well-being and achievement at work.
Have you reached your total dynamic balance? Kees van der Graaf, Co-Director, of IMD’s Global CEO centre suggests 10 steps to unifying your life in career, family and society.
Sweden is considered to be one of the countries with the highest level of equality.
Sustainability is a big issue in business, and universities are responding by offering corporate social responsibility elements to their business programmes.
European Employee Volunteering Awards recognise businesses who are addressing employability issues.
Women in Europe currently earn 17.5% less than men. To raise awareness of the gender pay gap, the European Commission is launching a European Equal Pay Day.
E.ON has been named one of the 100 best employers in Germany in the coveted Great Place to Work® Institute "Deutschlands Beste Arbeitgeber 2011" awards.