Young people from lower-income households have lowered their career ambitions, since the outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic, as they fear their goals are now unachievable.
Government financial support provided a lifeline to workers struggling with in-work poverty during the coronavirus pandemic.
MPs and non-profit groups (NGOs) have called on the UK government to make job sharing a mainstream working practice.
HR has been warned that HMRC are likely to challenge the status of more consultants following changes to IR35 regulations.
Despite the coronavirus pandemic, UK sickness absence fell last year, sparking fears that employees are continuing to work while ill and working from home.
The easing of lockdown restrictions on 19 July in England has worried employers, as the change to face covering and social distancing rules could divide the UK workforce.
Reports highlighting racism in UK business are leading companies to distance themselves from the widely used BAME acronym.
Employees are less confident about asking for a pay rise than they were pre-pandemic as they fear their company has struggled financially over the past 18 months.
Employers need to be wary of false identity documents following the deadline for EU workers to apply for settled status ending.
The number of employers offering staff paid 'burnout weeks', intended to alleviate the stresses of the pandemic, is increasing and looks set to become a trend.
Siemens is aiming for gender parity with a new recruitment programme aimed at boosting the number of women in engineering.
The difference in flexible working arrangements being offered to different regions across the UK risks fracturing the workforce, cautions the CIPD.