Many employers are not providing employee benefits that support the core needs of their workforce, according to a new survey by consultancy Howden Employee Benefits & Wellbeing.
Plans to return to the workplace after the UK’s third national lockdown are unclear leaving HR teams with more questions than answers.
The Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC) will be giving UK firms a six-month grace period if they do not report their gender pay gap data by 30 March (public sector) or 4 April (private) 2021.
Working from home is intensifying work-related stress and aggravating motivation issues for UK workers, according to a new report.
MPs have put pressure on the UK government to support women’s employment during the coronavirus pandemic.
A global survey of HR professionals has found that teams need to be more aware of where in the world their staff are working.
Employers may be able to insist that new employees take the COVID-19 vaccine, however HR is concerned it will create a minefield of compliance and discrimination issues.
Progress on workplace inclusivity has been accused of little to no progress as BAME graduates are consistently applying for more jobs than their white counterparts.
Uber drivers in the UK will now be entitled to the national minimum wage, holiday pay and rest breaks after being officially classed as workers rather than self-employed by the Supreme Court.
Employees with uncontrolled asthma earn around £3,000 less per year than the average adult due to limited work opportunities.
The cost of a bad hire is estimated to be three times higher than the salary paid, demonstrating the responsibility for HR of getting hiring right.
Poor internet connection and faulty technology is demotivating and disengaging employees.