The top stories you may have missed in HR this week

Listed below are the biggest stories you may have missed this week.

Migraine Awareness Week: How employers can help staff

With Migraine Awareness Week UK starting on the 1st September and ending on the 7th, HRreview decided to reach out to HR and health care professionals to ask how best to support employees suffering with migraines.

Training not being provided for contingent workers despite 1.5 million UK workers falling in to this category

A fifth of UK employers do not offer any Learning and Development (L&D) training to contingent (contractors, freelance) workers despite this market comprising of 1.5 million workers.

Global Talent Acquisition Day: A day for HR professionals

The 4th September was Global Talent Acquisition Day, a day that celebrates part of the HR industry. In light of the day, HRreview asked individuals who work in the area, what they make of the day.

International Day of Charity: Almost two thirds of UK employees cannot take CSR days off

The 5th September was International Day of Charity, and in light of this research conducted by Perkbox, found that nearly two thirds of UK employees do not receive any days off from work to volunteer for a charity.

Hard to retain Gen Z talent as they are far more likely to move jobs after two years

Gen Z are the hardest talent to retain as employees, as under 24-year-olds are almost nine tenths more likely than average to leave a job after two years.

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Darius is the editor of HRreview. He has previously worked as a finance reporter for the Daily Express. He studied his journalism masters at Press Association Training and graduated from the University of York with a degree in History.