Insecure and low-paid work is costing the UK Treasury £10 billions every year, according to a report from the Trades Union Congress (TUC).
Businesses aren't supplying their workers with the financial wellbeing support programmes they need, according to research from asset management firm Mercer.
Social media platforms like Tik Tok and Instagram could be having an influence on workplace training programmes.
The addition of an extra bank holiday to the calendar could create a sticking point between employers and employees.
Employers who want workers in the office more often may have to pay more to get them there.
Employment tribunals where defendants claimed their remarks were just banter rose by 45% in 2021, according to research from law firm GQ Littler.
Employers across the UK are performing better than companies across the rest of the world in implementing wellbeing policies for workers.
Law firm Stephenson Harwood has been criticised for its decision to offer a lower rate of pay for full-time remote workers, but research shows some workers may take up the offer.
Systems are in place for hospitality workers to report abuse from fellow members of staff, but employees are often left to deal with the worst of the general public.
Employment tribunals involving neurodivergent employees rose last year, with dyslexia the most common condition involved.