The rise of AI, hybrid work arrangements and working for societal good makes the case for making work lighter, argues David Spencer
Since the pandemic, office workers have seen a shift in their working life. Many now have the flexibility to work from home and more freedom in choosing their hours to accommodate personal...
More employees are using employee assistance programmes (EAPs) for legal advice rather than mental health, according to data from intermediary Towergate Health and Protection.
FTSE 100 CEO pay increased by 16% between 2021 and 2022, according to research from thinktank the High Pay Centre.
As a senior employment lawyer, I have considered what the new Flexible Working Bill could mean for my employer and employee clients - in particular, have the changes gone far enough?
Prime minister Rishi Sunak said pay rises should be “sustainable” and come only as rewards for productivity, following data from the Office for National Statistics (ONS) which showed a record pay...
The average UK employee works 18 additional days (over 139 hours) a year of overtime for free, according to a study from HR software provider Ciphr.
July’s Upper Tribunal (Tax and Chancery Chamber) decision in the Laing O’Rourke/Willmott Dixon case has turned on its head everything we thought we knew about car allowances and what deductions are...
Only 3% of senior HR professionals worry about money every day, compared to almost a quarter (22%) of UK employees, according to financial wellbeing service Bippit.
There has been slower growth in employment and earning levels in Scotland since 2014 according to a new report from The Institute of Fiscal Studies (IFS).