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.
Over half (55%) of Scottish employees go to work despite not feeling well enough, according to CIPD Scotland.
The number of workers on UK payroll has reduced by more than 612,000 between March and May as impacts of the coronavirus pandemic set in.
Companies need to be careful not to make mistakes when submitting furlough claims to HMRC, law firm Wright Hassall has warned.
Hiring managers will need to start promoting and recruiting workers for their emotional intelligence, not just technical ability, as we move towards a post-coronavirus culture
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