Following the government’s unveiling of its 2021 autumn and winter plan, employers in England are being urged to prepare for a return to restrictions as a worst-case scenario.
A report published yesterday shows more people are applying for high-cost credit cards and struggling to make ends meet with spending rising sharply as the UK emerges from the pandemic.
Labour’s promise to extend and increase sick pay to all workers has been welcomed by unions and charities.
Employees are more likely to show tolerance and understanding of religious beliefs than the general population, according to new research.
Supermarket chain Morrisons has come under fire after outlining a policy that will mean unvaccinated employees are not entitled to sick pay if they have to self-isolate.
Many charities and other third sector institutions are not paying all of their workers above the Living Wage, despite some being set up to help those most in need.
Last week Big Four professional services firm KPMG announced that it would be aiming for 29% representation of partners and directors from working class backgrounds by 2030.
The COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in greater opportunity to take advantage of a wider talent pool through the use of specialist freelancers.
An increase in the number of digital tools used by businesses for people-related tasks is causing discord among employees and putting HR at risk of overload.
Older workers have been exiting the workforce earlier since March 2020, according to new Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) analysis.
The Trades Union Congress (TUC) has called for an urgent “economic reset” to tackle the huge class divide in Britain that it said has been exposed by the coronavirus pandemic.
The Work Rights Centre (WoRC) has called on the Home Office to overhaul its Employer Checking Service, citing poor wording, lack of clarity and outdated information.