Last week, consumer goods company Unilever said that it will refuse to do business with any firm that does not pay at least a living wage or income to its employees by 2030.Employee benefits
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Since the COVID-19 pandemic first began, employees have faced extreme disruption to their normal working lives, with many having to work from sofas, spare bedrooms, and some even having to manage home schooling children whilst desperately trying to ensure their own work is completed.
Workers who have been asked to self-isolate via NHS Test and Trace face uncertainty when claiming compensation, new CIPD research has found.
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.
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.
Responding to the national lockdown and school closures in the UK, insurance firm Zurich has introduced an extra 10 days paid leave to help parents and carers balance their responsibilities with work.