A new study has found two thirds (64%) of shop workers are frightened to implement COVID-19 safety measures due to the threat of abuse from customers.
New data from the Office for National Statistic (ONS) has found more than a million people in the UK were experiencing long COVID in February this year.
More than 2.5 million UK employees say they will never feel comfortable going back into the office, according to new research.
Institutional racism in the UK labour market traps too many black and minority ethnic workers in poverty, insecurity and low pay, says the TUC.
The National Living Wage has increased to £8.91 per hour from £8.72 today, but workers' unions think more still needs to be done to stop employees from being underpaid for their work.
Employers are discriminating against women who may go onto have children, according to new research by women’s charity Young Women’s Trust.
Nearly half (45%) of working women with menopause consider retiring or taking a break from work, yet employer support could help keep them in the workforce.
Almost a third (27%) of UK employees quit their job in the past year due to toxic workplace culture, according to HR software provider Breathe’s Culture Economy 2021 report.
There was a rise of domestic abuse cases in the first lockdown, demonstrating the need for HR to introduce better policies to protect its employees while working from home.
UK supermarket workers have been most effected by low earnings since the outbreak of the pandemic, according to The Living Wage Foundation.
Over half (52%) of HR leaders have said they intend to track employees' coronavirus vaccinations according to a new report from Gartner.