A third (33%) of UK workers have said that changes to their work routine, including working from home, have had a negative effect on their wellbeing this year.
Workers from Black and minority ethnic (BME) backgrounds have had to self-isolate at a much higher rate than white workers, according to a new report from the TUC.
UK business leaders are self-medicating with drugs and alcohol to cope with mental health symptoms during the pandemic.
Today marks the day when women in the UK effectively work for free for the rest of the year, as a result of the disparity in pay between men and women.
Nine out of 10 CEOs have said that diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) remains a moderate, very important, or top priority during coronavirus, yet the climate is proving challenging to progress.
The option to work part-time, job share or flexibly could be fundamental to helping close the gender pay gap, finds a new study by Zurich insurance and the government-backed Behavioural Insights Team.
Remote working is preventing employees from mixing and socialising with colleagues from different ethnicities.
Just 7% of UK office workers have said they would be willing to return to the office full time post-coronavirus, demonstrating a shift in attitudes towards presenteeism.