Almost two-fifths (37%) of UK workers are given their hours with less than a week’s notice, having a negative impacting on their work/life balance.
A fifth (20%) of UK workers feel they get less recognition for the work they do since they started working remotely.
HR teams are not taking enough preventive measures to stop cases of sexism and sexual harassment taking place in the workplace.
Young black people are now three times more likely to be unemployed than young white people since the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Almost a third (28%) of interviewers have admitted to not hiring someone based on what they see in the background of the candidate’s video call.
HR has a unique opportunity post-pandemic to drive the importance of disability inclusion in the workplace, says Business Disability Forum's CEO, Diane Lightfoot.
The COVID-19 pandemic has had a significant negative impact on the mental health of workers on rotation as 40% said they have experienced suicidal thoughts in the past year.
Over half (51%) of furloughed UK employees are considering a career change, according to new research by IT management company NTT DATA UK.
Almost half (48%) of UK employees said they believe disclosing a mental health condition to their line manager would impact career progression.
Volvo's announcement of 24 weeks paid parental leave for all genders highlights the shift in business mindset when it comes to employee benefits.
HR leaders have been urged to think of lip readers as businesses prepare to reopen.
HR must prioritise learning and development (L&D) to create genuine change in the workplace, argues a new report.