What Nordic culture teaches us about happiness at work

A recent survey by Indeed revealed that more than a third of UK workers are unhappy in their jobs. This doesn’t sound like the much-heralded future of work.

What do inclusive cultures really look like?

Workplaces may be more diverse than ever, but true inclusion remains a pipedream for many

Third of workers have experienced bullying disguised as banter

Around a third (32%) of people in the UK have been bullied at work by comments disguised as banter.

West Ham becomes first Premier League football club with menopause accreditation

West Ham United has received Menopause Friendly Accreditation (MFA) in recognition of the support it offers to staff experiencing menopause at work.

How HR can use data to persuade the c-suite to flex

The world of work has changed beyond recognition over the past few years, with flexibility pushed front and centre of the conversation. While times have changed, the disconnect between leadership and...

Unflushable toilet lands firm and director with thousands in fines

A construction company and its director have been fined by the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) after they failed to provide suitable toilet facilities on site.

UK employees more likely to give up work if money were no issue than rest of Europe

More UK workers said they would quit work if money were no issue than any other country due to poor working practices.

Weetabix loses constructive dismissal case over ‘bullying’ boss

A former Weetabix employee has won his constructive dismissal case against the cereal firm after he resigned twice over his boss’ profane management style.

UK employers slack on whistleblowing training

Many UK firms are exposing themselves to legal risk by failing to give formal training to employees handling whistleblowing concerns.

Why the time is right to re-think employee experience

Digitisation has transformed the way we live. Is it now time for it to transform the way we work? Starting with a radical re-examination of us what ‘experience’ means.


HR warned to comply with competition law when recruiting

The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) has published new, simplified guidance for employers to help businesses comply with competition law when recruiting.

The SMCR – is it fit for purpose?

With the impact of Brexit still being felt around the country and the recent eye-watering turnover in the Cabinet resulting in uncertainty, frustration and trepidation in the financial markets, it...