HR up and down the country is reintroducing employees back to their workplaces- either physically or a return from furlough. We highlight just a few of the many brilliant initiatives HR is undertaking...
?Concerns remain about the countries’ most vulnerable people returning to work following the the end of government’s shielding advice.
Despite the multitude of challenges and disruptions faced by businesses and employees during the COVID-19 outbreak, some businesses, including high-growth companies and scale ups such as our own, have...
?According to the latest ONS data, 3.3 million people in the UK are often or always lonely. Due to lockdown and the social restrictions put in place due to coronavirus, this figure is expected to rise...
Employers have 90 days to notify HMRC of any accidental claims of coronavirus financial support, following the passing of the 2019-21 Finance Bill last week.
?The unemployment rate may reach 9% by the end of the year, according to thinktank EY Item Club, an increase from 3.9% in the month to May.
?HR managers believe it will take over a year for their organisations to recover from the impact coronavirus has had on business.
?Not for profit Business Disability Forum has called on government to recommend the use of clear face coverings and help the 12 million people in the UK who are deaf or living with hearing loss.
HR is being asked to create a response plan and testing protocol to prepare for a potential second wave of the coronavirus pandemic.
As lockdown eases in the UK and the government attempts to restart the economy, preparations are underway to get millions back to work.
More employers are considering a workplace savings scheme to reprioritise financial wellbeing following coronavirus.