As lockdown eases in the UK and the government attempts to restart the economy, preparations are underway to get millions back to work.
HR directors expect 70% of their workforce will have flexible working once coronavirus restrictions are lifted, a 45% increase on current levels.
The CIPD is calling for the right to bereavement leave and pay to be extended to all employees experiencing the loss of a close family member.
During times of geopolitical and societal unrest, when many employees are isolated and struggling to balance their personal and professional responsibilities, inclusiveness becomes even more vital to...
Sixty-one per cent of respondents to a survey from The Institute of Leadership & Management said that they were confident their organisations will survive the coronavirus crisis.
The majority (70%) of remote office workers in a Unipos survey said the thing they miss the most about work is face-to-face chats with colleagues.
Communication is the largest challenge facing employees working remotely, according to a 4Com survey.
?Employers are considering introducing antibody testing in the workplace to ensure employees feel safe returning to work.
Chancellor Rishi Sunak has outlined a three-point ‘plan for jobs’ aiming to provide support to some of the sectors and demographics most affected by the pandemic.
An overwhelming majority of British workers (88%) said they are not comfortable using public transport for their commute, as the country shapes its exit from lockdown.