UK mothers are facing job insecurity and increased childcare responsibilities during lockdown, a new study by the Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS) and UCL Institute of Education revealed.
Devolved governments have been called upon to develop a post-pandemic employment and skills recovery package.
Two in five (40%) UK employees judge their colleagues on how their house looks over video conferencing, a new poll commissioned by Eskenzi PR has found.
The vast majority (90%) of employers agree that financial worries have a negative impact on an employee’s mental health, a survey by fintech company Smarterly has found.
The government’s immigration bill has been criticised as hypocritical for its proposal to end ‘unskilled’ immigration in December, ignoring the fact that many low-earning key workers are EU nationals....
Two-thirds (66%) of UK workers believe they are effective when working remotely, according to the latest LinkedIn Workforce Confidence Index
Companies will need to be more agile and more empathetically-led following the coronavirus crisis, experts agreed in our HR Lunchtime Debate on 14 May
Two-fifths (42%) of companies have made or are planning to make changes to their employee benefit programmes as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic and the impact it has had on working life.
Almost half (41%) of all calls made by employees to their organisation’s employee assistance programme (EAP) are for mental health concerns, new figures show.