Getting workplace adjustments is not easy for nine out of 10 disabled employees, according to the Business Disability Forum’s (BDF) Great Big Workplace Adjustments Survey 2023.
As the cost of living crisis continues, 5.7 million low-income households had to cut down or skip meals, according to the Joseph Rowntree Foundation (JRF).
Half (51%) of UK organisations have never completed an equal pay audit, according to research from reward consultancy, 3R Strategy.
Google, Meta, Salesforce, Amazon and Disney have all asked employees to return to the office in recent weeks, backtracking on formerly more flexible hybrid work policies.
Pensions have been in the news a lot but do employees understand them? If not, how can employers step in? Dan Cave reports.
The European Council has announced its intentions to give gig workers in Europe the same rights as employees, and establish rules on AI’s use in the workplace.
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People in insecure work were twice as likely to die from Covid during the pandemic, according to new research from the Trades Union Congress (TUC).
When it comes to annual leave, there are two types of people: those who plan their time off meticulously and make the most of their paid time off, and those who don’t.