?Coronavirus and its ongoing impact both in and outside of work has pushed the people profession to its limits. Shifting business priorities to focus on the health and mental wellbeing of employees...
The UK government has opened its Kickstart Scheme which seeks to help 16 to 24-year-olds into work.
?A new employer advice line has been launched following an increase in the number of people seeking support for domestic abuse throughout coronavirus.
Furlough and unemployment are having a significant negative impact on the mental health of 18 to 24-year olds, says new analysis from the Health Foundation.
Employees have wasted an estimated 56 hours since lockdown in preparing for and getting back into work after video calls.
In a controversial move, the UK government is set to launch a new campaign to encourage workers to return to offices in response to economic concerns of the high street.
?The majority (65%) of female science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) students have said that they would consider a company’s gender pay gap report before accepting a job offer.
??Talent has been named the most significant threat to business growth since the emergence of COVID-19, yet CEOs are still more likely to spend on technology than they are on people.
A record 253,000 people moved from self-employment to employment in the second quarter of 2020 suggesting that workers are seeking more job security due to the coronavirus pandemic.
A third (33%) of black employees feel ethnicity will be a barrier to their next career move despite them arguing they are more driven than white employees.
Open-door policy is as much about leadership taking action as it is about company culture. Without a strong communication ethic within the organisation, any policy will fall flat.