Pay rises have stabilised at 1.5% after falling to zero in 2020 amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
More than two-thirds of companies across the UK are considering pay cuts for staff who choose to work from home.
After nearly two years of working from home, national lockdowns and job insecurity, employees are now exploring new careers.
The annual pay of FTSE 100 chief executives still equates to more than what a UK worker would earn in a lifetime, despite the rate falling during the pandemic.
Although the furlough scheme is set to be phased out by the end of September, only 11% of workers still on furlough are urgently searching for a new job according to research from job site Indeed.
Ruth Cornish, co-founder and director of HRi and Amelore, will join HR magazine's next Lunchtime Debate on unlocking hidden opportunities and potential in the workforce.
More than half (58.6%) of HR professionals in the UK say they are not being supported by their employer and that the COVID-19 pandemic has increased their workload.
Only 53% of UK employees think everyone in their company is given an opportunity to grow, according to a new report by recognition and reward scheme business OC Tanner.
Put your people at the centre of your business and success will follow, says former HR Award winner and HR director of Livv Housing Group, Jude Wilkinson.
Workplace cultures have come under scrutiny after a study found 70% of UK employees have worked in a toxic workplace environment at some stage of their career.
Over half (70%) of UK working professionals feel the isolation rules surrounding contact with a COVID-positive person should not be changing.