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.
Industrial action is on the rise – from rail workers and port operators through to refuse workers, journalists, Post Office staff and even barristers.
Young workers may have to go into the office more than they want to as rising energy bills are making working from home more expensive.
As if the past two years haven’t been tough enough for UK workers on both a personal and professional level, they’re now facing a cost-of-living crisis and rampant inflation at its highest level in 40...
The ongoing cost of living crisis is causing employees to be less trusting of their employers.
The top 1% of earners in the UK are getting pay rises in line with inflation, while the country's lowest earners are not.
The demand for fully remote roles rose 18% in July this year compared to June.
The number of children living in poverty in key worker households could reach 1.1 million by 2023, according to research from the Trades Union Congress (TUC).
With soaring energy costs and high inflation making headlines in 2022, employees’ finances have never been so tight, and this is having a direct impact on employee wellbeing. T
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Workers across the UK are using the cost of living crisis to negotiate better pay from their employers.