Workers who have been asked to self-isolate via NHS Test and Trace face uncertainty when claiming compensation, new CIPD research has found.
Working mothers’ struggle between balancing home schooling and their job has increased stress levels and anxiety by 90% however, they are still being refused furlough by employers.
The number of claims received by employment tribunals has jumped 27% in the last year to 42,392, according to employment law firm GQ Littler.
From April Morrisons will become the first UK supermarket chain to pay its staff a minimum wage of £10 per hour, up from the £9.20 minimum for up to 96,000 workers across its stores.
2021 could be a notable year for freelancers as demand for them has increased according to a nationwide survey by online job site PeoplePerHour.
Introverts and younger workers are in need of tailored support from employers as the UK adjusts to its third national lockdown.
CIPD Scotland has called for a reform of Scotland’s skills system and further employer incentives to tackle shortages and aid the country’s recovery from the coronavirus pandemic.
Three quarters of UK office workers said they would take a pay cut to guarantee a fully remote role allowing them to work from anywhere.
HR teams need to be wary that the third UK national lockdown may lead to staff working overtime and feeling burnt out.