The increased sense of community created by the coronavirus pandemic has meant many of Britain's workers are keen to volunteer their professional skills to charities, but new research from business...
Young people aged between 18-24 are likely to be the group who will be the most badly affected in terms of finding work in the COVID-19 pandemic-led economic crisis that we are now entering.
We shine a light on the effort businesses have made, big and small, to support their staff and the community during the coronavirus pandemic.
More HR professionals should consider mutually-beneficial development opportunities
Joining a charity board can give employees strategic hands-on governance experience that is difficult for companies to replicate through their internal training programmes
One in three (27%) graduates are worried they will lose out on roles because they can't accept poorly-paid internships
?Save the Children UK turned to digital learning to support staff and volunteers during the crisis
Employees now need to reskill faster and more times in their lives, while working in long-term care will be well suited to older staff