UK employers are planning to bring between 30% and 80% of their staff back to the workplace in the first phase out of lockdown, equalling 24.4 million employees?.
Two-thirds (66%) of UK organisations had no plans in place for responding to a pandemic before the COVID-19 outbreak, new research from Databarracks shows.
A lack of employee recognition for their contributions is the single biggest factor for British people feeling disengaged at work, according to Achievers.
?Employers should not force workers to return to work unless they have put measures in place to reduce the risk of infection in the workplace, legal experts say
More than a quarter of UK workers feel their organisation is not adequately supporting their health and wellbeing during the coronavirus pandemic.
The UK government has issued new guidance on how and when employees should return to work.
Most UK firms are ready to restart operations within three weeks but are currently without government guidance on how to do so safely.
Nearly a third (30%) of organisations are facing lost payroll capacity due to pressure caused by the coronavirus outbreak, reveals a new survey by Zellis.