Half of apprenticeship training programmes could downsize, mothball or shut down completely due to lack of financial support for the Department for Education
Following news that prime minister Boris Johnson was rushed into intensive care last week, we look at how organisations cope when their leader is absent
The ‘human touch’ has been fundamental to helping employees at Hertfordshire County Council respond to coronavirus.
One in four employers have increased spend on employee assistance programmes (EAPs) as a result of COVID-19
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Workers are already suffering from health issues due to the switch to remote working, according to an Institute for Employment Studies (IES) interim survey
HR leaders have been warned that remote working may see a rise in domestic abuse cases after calls to the National Domestic Abuse helpline saw a 25% increase since the lockdown began.
The government-sanctioned lockdown will impact young workers the hardest, according to a new report for Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS)