A government study found applicants with Arabic-sounding names received 25% fewer responses than candidates with French names.
It's the new workplace trend.
New research shows young people would be willing to reduce their yearly earnings by more than Generation X.
Could apprenticeships help businesses to navigate the turbulent waters ahead? As we can assess from the ONS data, many companies already see the value in hiring apprentices.
According to recent data from Eurostat, nearly 9% more young men have jobs or are in education than women on the continent.
The United Kingdom has the most favourable employment rate statistics for EU citizens, according to Eurostat.
The European Court of Justice has ruled that companies operating in EU member states must set up a system to record the working times of their staff
Our Road Trip team has arrived in the Transylvania region of Romania – not looking for vampires, but for the voices of European voters.
A study compiled by the UK's Trade Union Congress has found that while the Brits work the longest hours in Europe, they are not even close to being the most productive.
EU Commissioner for Employment Marianne Thyssen told Euronews’s Business Editor Sasha Vakulina that the measures would not be as far-reaching as those contained in the Withdrawal Agreement
An art project funded by Public Art Agency Sweden is offering an 'eternal employment' position at a future train station in Gothenburg that holds no duties or responsibilities.
Thousands protest in Turin in favour of high-speed rail