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Workers judge colleagues’ houses over video conferencing

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.

HR could benefit from approaching remote working by personality

Working from home under lockdown is challenging for HR and employees. Yet, much of the rhetoric surrounding how to cope with and cater to a more remote workforce is only suitable for certain...

Majority of UK workers say they work effectively from home

Two-thirds (66%) of UK workers believe they are effective when working remotely, according to the latest LinkedIn Workforce Confidence Index

Workforce reintegration in a time of crisis

?The COVID-19 government briefing on Sunday 10 May saw employees unable to work from home, encouraged to return as of Monday 11 May.

Tech Q&A: Admiral Group on why it chose MHR

HR magazine's Tech Q&A series explores the latest software on the market to give HR leaders insight into new solutions that could work for them. Phil Thomas, assistant head of Payroll & Benefits at...

Organisations lacked pandemic preparation before COVID-19 outbreak

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.

Two-thirds of employees in pain working from home

Two-thirds (63%) of British homeworkers are in pain as a result of their makeshift home offices, new research by Bupa UK shows.

Furlough scheme extended to October

The Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (JRS) is to be extended by four months to the end of October 2020

Can you force employees back to work?

?The UK government has confirmed that from Wednesday 13 May those who are unable to work from home should be ‘actively encouraged’ to return to work.

How to make virtual teams work

Remote working is not a new phenomenon. But as the coronavirus health crisis spreads rapidly across the globe, it has suddenly become the exclusive mode of working for much of the world.

Is it time for employees to have a legal right to work from home?

The coronavirus pandemic has certainly shifted expectations as to what can be achieved when working from home.

Organisations losing payroll capacity following coronavirus impact

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.

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