Introverts and younger workers are in need of tailored support from employers as the UK adjusts to its third national lockdown.
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...
HR teams need to be wary that the third UK national lockdown may lead to staff working overtime and feeling burnt out.
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.
Employers need a more long-term plan for job protection if HR is to efficiently adapt to the nation’s third lockdown, says the CIPD.
Reducing hours to a four-day work week could be offset by an increase in productivity.
The COVID-19 pandemic has driven a 163% rise in restaurant job losses in the UK in 2020 and will make for a challenging start to the year for HR.
A last-minute decision by ministers to close some schools after the Christmas break has left many working parents without childcare.
Employers became more confident in their ability to hire new staff over the past month despite the onset of more COVID-19 restrictions and growing concern over a no-deal Brexit.