The most popular employee benefit in the UK is to finish work early on a Friday, highlighting a potential quick win for HR.
Workers’ personal lives have suffered due to pandemic-related pay cuts and a commitment to a real living wage could help retain staff and productivity levels in the still-turbulent months ahead.
Just five per cent of white-collar professionals have been told they will receive their January bonus, despite working all of 2020, putting pressure on HR teams to provide alternative bonus...
Reducing hours to a four-day work week could be offset by an increase in productivity.
Nearly half of UK workers (48%) want to reduce their business travel due to environmental concerns.
UK employees are looking forward to returning to work but will return with a new set of expectations, research by Toluna and Harris Interactive shows.
One in four employers have increased spend on employee assistance programmes (EAPs) as a result of COVID-19
Younger employees appear to be actively opting out of pension scheme contributions, which could be to the detriment of their later lives.
It's been an eventful month for HR, with many professionals facing difficult conversations and challenges daily.