What do you miss out on when you don’t go to school, university, or the office? When schools shut down twice in 2020, it prompted much debate about the long-term impact on children of not having...
Nearly three quarters (72%) of UK managers who have recently quit their job said adequate training and support could have persuaded them to stay.
The number of workers on Universal Credit (UC) has increased by 1.3 million since the eve of the COVID-19 pandemic, a rise of 130%.
At first glance it would seem that the flexible working genie is irreversibly out of the bottle. But is it?
The first casualty of 2022 has already been announced: BlackBerry will discontinue service on its phones.
Research has indicated for the first time that low-paid workers benefit overwhelmingly from working at home, yet companies could do more to support them.
Despite the widespread adoption of remote working, the pandemic has worsened part-time workers’ abilities to get the flexible arrangements they need.