Supporting mental health is generally understood in the UK to be a key element in employee health and wellbeing. However, attitudes towards mental health differ around the world.
Fines for businesses that knowingly employ illegal migrants are set to triple from their current rate at the start of 2024 following new rules announced by the government on 7 August.
On 17 July 2023, the Home Office announced that it is relaxing visa requirements for construction workers. Various roles within the construction sector, including plasterers, carpenters, joiners,...
A study from The Learning and Work Institute suggests skills shortages will cost the UK £120 billion by 2030.
As the Ukraine war continues, 41 leading companies have announced they will provide over 250,000 Ukrainian refugee women and refugees from other countries with jobs and training.
Sustained and widespread strike action continues to dominate the headlines this year, driven by rising inflation and the cost of living crisis. While the potential for severe disruption is a common...
Employment experts have warned that, without a right to work, migrants and asylum seekers will be exploited by rogue employers.
An employee signed off work for almost a year was dismissed fairly by his employer, the employment tribunal has found.