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HR warned to look out for signs of domestic violence during remote working

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.

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Young workers and women more likely to be impacted by sector shutdowns

The government-sanctioned lockdown will impact young workers the hardest, according to a new report for Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS)

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High rate of employee confidence in business to get through pandemic

Seventy per cent of UK employees are confident their employers can get through the pandemic crisis, according to consumer intelligence firms Toluna and Harris Interactive

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Hundreds of businesses at risk of insolvency due to furlough payment delay

Hundreds of businesses are at risk of becoming insolvent, says the Recruitment and Employment Confederation (REC).

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HR magazine roundup: The top pieces you may have missed

It's been an eventful month for HR, with many professionals facing difficult conversations and challenges daily.

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HR Excellence Awards postponed until January

In light of the current challenges facing many businesses and industries, we have decided to move the date of the HR Excellence Awards gala dinner, which had been due to take place at the end of June.

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HR needs to consider how employees will readjust to working together again

HR should already be thinking about how it will help employees bounce back and readjust to working together again, according to former cabinet minister Justine Greening.

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HR concern over health issues in remote workers

HR professionals are concerned that physical fitness in workers has reduced since working from home became mandatory for non-essential workers in the UK

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Thousands of apprenticeships at risk due to lack of government funding

Thousands of apprentices across England may be unable to start or complete their programme due to a lack of payment to training providers.

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HR may not have all the answers to the Coronavirus outbreak but being there is enough

What a month. It’s difficult to put into words the collective anxiety and unease we are all feeling at the moment.

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Case study: Stonegate Pub Company's income drawdown scheme

Tim Painter, HR director at Stonegate Pub Company, shares how to business has helped staff manage their money

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Lessons from the Financial Inclusion Summit

?Nearly 2.8 million people are in work but living in poverty, according to cross-party think tank Tomorrow’s Company

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