Over half (56%) of third-sector employees who have left the voluntary sector have done so in search of higher-paid jobs, research from insurance company Endsleigh has found.
UK employees missed work for an average of 7.8 days over the past year, the highest level in over a decade, according to new research.
A nationwide trend for declining job vacancies has been bucked by the retail and warehousing sectors, but experts predict staffing difficulties later this year.
Almost two thirds (66%) of dyslexic professionals say AI tools can help them climb the career ladder, according to new research from LinkedIn and charity Made By Dyslexia.
HR consultant Julie Grabham, owner of JG HR Solutions, has launched a petition calling on employers and other HR leaders to introduce paid leave for employees to attend routine breast screening.
Leading UK retailers, including The Body Shop, Clarks and John Lewis & Partners, have made Indeed’s list of the top 10 workplaces for wellbeing.
Only 5% of UK employers offer marriage leave on top of annual leave, according to new research from wedding app Hitched.
Taxi and private-hire platform Veezu is being taken to employment tribunal by law firm Leigh Day to contest the employment status of its workers.
As the UK gears up for its next general election, the CIPD has made a series of recommendations to the incoming government in its new Manifesto for Good Work.
Investors in People’s Make Work Better conference yesterday (20 September) was headlined by the serial investor and Diary of a CEO podcaster, Steven Bartlett and included insight from British Airways...
A former consultant at insurance company Direct Line was awarded £64,645 in damages after the firm failed to make reasonable adjustments for her menopausal symptoms.
Charity Working Families has released its annual list of top family-friendly employers in the UK for 2023.