There are workers up and down the country grappling with the rising cost of living, amid souring energy bills and inflation rates. This learning hub pulls together the latest news, features and comments on the topic, providing HR with top tips on how it can help its people.
With the economic climate shifting business’s priorities, HR budgets are usually first on the chopping block. But there are still ways HR teams can maximise budgets to make the most of what they’ve...
The cost of living crisis is likely to get worse before it gets better, meaning HR will be relied upon heavily once again to keep anxious employees happy and connected, writes Nosa Omoigui
Chancellor Jeremy Hunt gave his budget announcement to parliament today (17 November), as he officially announced the UK is in the midst of a recession.
Trade union Unison has called on the government to increase mileage rates for public sector staff who rely on their cars for work.
More workers are opting out of workplace pension contributions as the cost of living continues to soar.
UK businesses should look to capitalise on 'job cuffing', where candidates look for jobs to see them through the winter before seeking new employment in the spring, according to jobs website...
Chancellor Kwasi Kwarteng is due to announce a mini emergency budget tomorrow (23 September) as the new government makes its first attempt to address the UK's cost of living crisis.
More than half (56%) of low-paid workers in the UK have had to use food banks in the last 12 months, according to research from the Living Wage Foundation.
Last week, prime minister Liz Truss announced a cost of living support package which included capping typical annual household energy bills at £2,500 for the next two years.
Prime minister Liz Truss announced yesterday (8 September) the government's plan to help UK residents with energy bills - but what other measures can companies take to support their employees through...
Today, Liz Truss became the new leader of the Conservative party and the prime minister of the UK. Here we examine which HR issues should be at the top of her agenda.
There is a widening gap between what people are paid and what they need to earn to live comfortably, according to research from the Joseph Rowntree Foundation (JRF).