Rhea Chatterjee, head of people at challenger bank Monument, will be joining HR magazine's upcoming Lunchtime Debate on unlocking hidden potential in your workforce.
The majority (80%) of working-age people in Scotland, across both manual and desk-based jobs, have said they would support a four-day working week without any loss of pay.
Almost two-thirds (63%) of talent teams are actively headhunting to find high-quality hires in the UK’s competitive job market, but what's the key to success?
Several private companies have found themselves at the eye of their own media storms this year as employees have taken to the press or social media to air concerns about company culture.
Workplace relationships have taken a huge hit during the COVID pandemic, given 22% of UK workers meet their partner or spouse at work.
More than a third (38%) of UK professionals have been approached more than five times for a new job in the past year.
Employers carrying out right to work checks will be able to continue doing them digitally until 5 April 2022 following updated government guidance.
Over half of UK employers say their staff work additional unpaid hours every day.
A reported 10% of UK workers have said they would risk losing their job over going on holiday and having to quarantine when they come back.
A poll on LinkedIn has sparked discussion among the HR community about the need for more apprenticeships in the profession.
One in ten UK employees use dating apps and websites such as Tinder, Bumble and Plenty of Fish exclusively for networking or finding new employment.
One in 10 employees in Scotland (over 200,000 people) have said their work does not give them a stable or predictable income.