The CIPD has pledged to support young people in the UK, as just under half (43%) feel the pandemic has harmed their long-term career prospects.
The gap between employer and employee could widen post-pandemic as flexible working divides opinion in the workplace.
The UK government has named and shamed companies 200 companies which have underpaid their workers, totalling £1.2 million to over 34,000 people.
Over 93,000 EU workers have left the UK’s hospitality sector in the last year, and now the industry is offering better pay and more flexibility to attract more staff.
Less than half (43%) of UK employers are comfortable with breastfeeding at work, according to new research by HR consultancy Peninsula.
More young people are going to university as they feel the post-pandemic job market will demand a degree rather than an apprenticeship.
The changes to the furlough scheme are having a a huge impact on already struggling UK businesses.
UK employees are feeling pressure to put on a brave face for colleagues when they return to the office, according to a new report by healthcare provider Lime.
The Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC) has warned employers against using 'no jab, no job' policies.
Chancellor Rishi Sunak is keen for young people to return to the office, arguing working from home can have a negative impact on their careers.
A fifth (19%) of UK employees do not know how their employer would support them if they had to take time off work due to ill-health or an injury.
Video calling has become the go-to method for conducting meetings during lockdown, but new research by HR magazine finds employees want to continue communicating via video post-pandemic.