The UK's economy needs to level up at “supersonic speed” to protect the most vulnerable by keeping jobs intact, according to chief executive of Public Health England Duncan Selbie
Throughout COVID-19 one aspect which has made things undoubtedly easier is technology.
UK employees are not being appropriately trained to deal with cyber security threats and leave their workplaces in danger.
London hospitals are using a centralised online staffing platform to fill urgent vacancies on the COVID-19 frontline.
Nearly half of employees say communication is the area their leadership most needs to improve during the coronavirus pandemic
?According to research from industry body Group Risk Development (GRiD), 9% of UK businesses said that providing financial support is not their responsibility
New research by Aetna found a third (35.8%) of employees in the UK, the U.S., Singapore and the UAE admitted to having lied about sick days
Government should introduce a ‘civic army’ of 75,000 young people to provide jobs and help communities as the UK economy springs back into action following COVID-19.