Businesses may have no choice but to use 'fire and rehire' contracts to secure their future.
Putting staff wellbeing first is central to retaining and attracting employees as businesses emerge from disruptions caused by the coronavirus pandemic, according to a new report from Gallagher.
Over four in five (86%) of businesses are worried about losing their top HR and office support talent due to the ongoing impact of the pandemic.
Employers are taking action to reduce their gender pay gap due to concerns of the ‘naming and shaming effect’ poor pay equity can have on their ability to attract the best talent.
?Temporary office workers over the age of 35 have felt more supported by the government during lockdown than those aged 16-25.
Employers do not expect problems with recruiting and retaining people in the next months due to coronavirus shaking the job market