?UK employees were more engaged at work in July than they were pre-coronavirus in January this year, rising by 0.5%.
HR magazine speaks to Simon Kerr-Davis, employment counsel at Linklaters about the legal implications of workers returning from furlough in part three of this month's cover story.
The UK government has launched an initiative to provide SMEs with free business advice to help them survive the post-pandemic recession.
Forty-three per cent of workers have reported feeling at risk of burnout this winter according to a survey from consultancy businesses Kin&Co.
As workers return from furlough and businesses begin to awake from enforced hibernation, HR will need to overcome some tricky challenges.
The UK government has announced that £2.5 billion will be available through the National Skills Fund to help people get into work and others to train for higher-skilled, better-paid jobs after the...
Over one third (35%) of retail key workers, and 40% of those who work in groceries, have reported feeling underprepared to do their roles due to the way work has changed during the coronavirus...
The CIPD and the Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC) have published a guide to help employers provide support to employees experiencing domestic abuse.
Employees are more likely to enjoy life after receiving financial advice, according to a new report from life insurance company Aegon.
?People from black, Asian and other minority ethnic (BAME) communities are more than twice as likely than the UK average to be out of work as a result of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, according to...