The record number of vacancies arising from the UK's economic recovery from COVID-19 is hiding a jobs gap with low-paid workers most at risk.
Less than half (40%) of British workers said they would not know how to help a colleague experiencing domestic abuse, indicating the need for visible support across UK workplaces.
The majority (80%) of working-age people in Scotland, across both manual and desk-based jobs, have said they would support a four-day working week without any loss of pay.
Employers risk breaking the law as they respond to UK government guidance about policing staff vaccination.
A reported 10% of UK workers have said they would risk losing their job over going on holiday and having to quarantine when they come back.
While we’re by now, sadly too familiar with the devastating impact of COVID-19, there is still relatively little known, or indeed talked about when it comes to Long COVID.
More than two-thirds of companies across the UK are considering pay cuts for staff who choose to work from home.
The annual pay of FTSE 100 chief executives still equates to more than what a UK worker would earn in a lifetime, despite the rate falling during the pandemic.