Nearly two thirds (63.5%) of businesses offer maternity pay above the statuary minimum in the UK, and three-fifths (60.8%) offer enhanced paternity pay.
Employees are still experiencing imposter syndrome in the workplace, despite having a good company culture.
Support networks for new mums are in high demand following the pandemic, which is why freelance communications consultant Annie Abelman set up Mentor Mums in September 2020.
A quarter (24%) of UK office workers believe physically returning to the workplace may impact their mental health in a negative way.
A quarter (23%) of female employees say they have had to lie to their employer in order to take time off due to PMS symptoms.
Almost two fifths (37%) of people returning to work after a year away experience a loss in confidence, creating more concerns for workplaces post-coronavirus and beyond.
The winners of last year's HR Excellence Awards are proud to have had their hard work during the pandemic recognised.
A worrying parallel between excessive working hours and life-threatening physical health issues has been revealed, but the UK may be best suited to combating overworking.
Over three quarters (78%) of UK employees will formally complain or leave the workplace if COVID-19 safety regulations are ignored on their return to work, according to new research by digital health...
Just 19% of UK employees think there is gender equality in their workplace, according to new research by technology giant Samsung.
The UK government will today introduce its new Skills and Post-16 Education Bill which it hopes will be the rocket fuel needed to level up the workforce post-pandemic.