Remote working is preventing employees from mixing and socialising with colleagues from different ethnicities.
Additional stresses and responsibilities outside of managers’ day-to-day roles has made middle management more challenging in the UK’s second lockdown.
With a second lockdown in the UK and the return of work from home where you can advice, it’s clear that we’re now seeing long-term change when it comes to remote and flexible working.
Just 7% of UK office workers have said they would be willing to return to the office full time post-coronavirus, demonstrating a shift in attitudes towards presenteeism.
Following a spike in COVID-19 cases, the government’s second national lockdown is forcing pubs, restaurants and non-essential shops to close once more.
There is a disagreement among HR departments and staff within public sector organisations regarding how productive remote workers are.
Before COVID-19 transformed the way we work, commuting was consistently reported as one of the most unpleasant of life’s regular habits. Other studies showed people are happier and more productive if...
The current recession - brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic - has created increasing financial uncertainty for many people who are now facing an unpredictable job market and pressure on their personal...
A disconnect between workers on the frontline and those in company headquarters has taken place over the course of the pandemic according to research by software company Workplace.
Payroll has come into its own in the past six months. There has never been a greater focus on the importance of having solid payroll than during this pandemic.
Organisations with flexible and family-friendly policies have seen increased levels of productivity throughout the coronavirus pandemic.