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Average pay for British workers increased by 4% year on year in the three months to July, latest figures reveal.
Drapers imagines the perfect top team for retailers
Should more fashion retailers be following in the footsteps of Gucci and Chanel and hiring diversity bosses?
The retail sector made the joint biggest reduction in the number of workers on low pay last year.
The number of British employees happy at work has fallen for the third consecutive year to 41%.
The John Lewis Partnership council has voted for changes to the company’s pension scheme that aim to provide “a more equal distribution of profits” among staff, and save £80m a year.
Womenswear etailer PrettyLittleThing has opened the doors of its 7,000 sq ft LA office on Melrose Avenue.
Take a tour inside the newly refurbished “Boden House” and discover how the British brand is shaking up workplace culture
The retail sector recruited the highest number of women to senior jobs during 2018, as almost a quarter of chief appointments went to female candidates.
MPs have backed a call from the Association of Accounting Technicians (AAT) for a charter that aims to bring more women in finance into leadership roles to be extended to businesses in other sectors.
Retailers including House of Fraser, Jigsaw and JD Sports, the government and charity Retail Trust have joined forces to launch new retail qualification the Retail Leader Apprenticeship Degree.
A spirit of innovation can help retailers to survive in tough markets, so learn from the brands that are putting it at their core
Oasis and Warehouse COO Hash Ladha, FitFlop global people director Kathy Alison and DL1961 founder Sarah Faisal Ahmed gave their tips for creating a great workplace culture at the Drapers Fashion Forum.
UK retail businesses could make an extra £792m per year in economic output by 2023, if they embrace flexible working, a new study has found.
Challenging times require strong leadership. Nowhere is this more true than on the UK high street, where fashion bosses are battling a sluggish economy and shaky consumer confidence in an ever-changing retail industry
As store closures and redundancies rock the high street, Drapers explores how retailers are cutting costs in the battle against shrinking margins.
Nike is set to raise wages for around 7,500 employees after it concluded a global pay review, two months after the sports brand finished a probe into workplace behaviour that resulted in the departure of some top executives.
Marks & Spencer, Clarks and Tesco have joined the Independent Anti-Slavery Commissioner in calling for government to take stronger action to eliminate slavery in the supply chain.
The data is now in. Drapers has compiled a series of comprehensive and interactive tables outlining how fashion, accessories and footwear businesses have performed.