Calls for the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS) to be extended for those at high-risk who cannot work from home have been made by the TUC and a coalition of charities.
Just 35% of employees or their representatives are currently consulted by leadership before introducing new technology in the workplace.
?Government has announced it will create an “Office for Talent” to encourage scientists and researchers to come and work or study in the UK.
?Nearly half of BAME (49%) workers in the UK said they have to mask part of their identity to fit in at the office.
?The Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS) has helped lower income areas of the UK more than anywhere else, according to accountancy firm Moore.
Coronavirus has allowed HR to step up and become ‘heroes’ of an organisation, according to global research analyst Josh Bersin.
?Fast tracking spend on projects such as broadband networks, green technology, transport and housing could create 1.2 million jobs by 2022, according to a new report by the Trade Union Congress (TUC).
Employers do not expect problems with recruiting and retaining people in the next months due to coronavirus shaking the job market
Employees will want more freedom in where they choose to work following the coronavirus pandemic
Twenty unemployed people are chasing every vacancy in disadvantaged areas of the UK, up from around four people per vacancy before the coronavirus hit.
Nearly half of UK workers (48%) want to reduce their business travel due to environmental concerns.