Job insights website Glassdoor has released its Best Places to Work 2021 list with tech companies fending off competition when it comes to employee engagement, flexibility and progress.
Due to COVID-19, employers and their HR teams across the country have been adjusting to managing employees remotely and the many challenges this poses. One of the main stumbling blocks has been how to cultivate a positive workplace culture when they are no longer within the same four walls.
CIPD Scotland has called for a reform of Scotland’s skills system and further employer incentives to tackle shortages and aid the country’s recovery from the coronavirus pandemic.
Many organisations in the UK are getting to grips with the fact that free movement officially ended at 11pm on 31 December 2020. The ramifications of this should not be underestimated.
As colleges, primary schools and secondary schools are to remain closed at least until February half term, what employment rights do working parents have to help them with the difficult and stressful juggling act of balancing work and home schooling?
Three quarters of UK office workers said they would take a pay cut to guarantee a fully remote role allowing them to work from anywhere.
As the world turned its attention in 2020 to fighting off the pandemic some of society’s gaps were exposed.
Skills shortages worsened by the pandemic could be addressed if employers support staff to undertake just one hour of online learning a week, says psychologist Honey Langcaster-James.
The impact of the COVID-19 on employment relations has been felt across all organisations up and down the country. Many employees have adapted their working patterns and roles to quickly respond to rising challenges and demands.