The UK’s Job Support Scheme has created new measures to help secure the jobs of workers hardest hit by the coronavirus pandemic.Boardroom Employee benefits Employment law Recruitment
Keeping your employees fed - in the office, on the road or working from home - is about more than just their wellbeing as Michael Stewart, head of HR EMEA at Uber for Business explains
Over two-thirds (67%) of full-time employees are planning to roll at least one day of annual leave into their next holiday period, according to new research from personal finance comparison website finder.com.
More than half (59%) of European employers are expecting to make staff redundant once government support comes to an end, according to new research from employment and labour law practice Littler.
The Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS) and the Self-Employment Income Support Scheme (SEISS) were programmes introduced by HMRC at remarkable speed to help individuals and businesses impacted by COVID-19. Inevitably when claims are made in a rush and under huge pressure, mistakes occur. Also, sadly, when a recession hits the likelihood of fraud tends to increase.
Many employers may not be giving fair treatment to parents and carers whose work has been impacted by the coronavirus pandemic, according to a new study by Karian and Box and the Global Institute for Women’s Leadership at King’s College London.
More recognition would be the most effective way to re-engage the workforce following the coronavirus pandemic according to a survey from engagement software provider Achievers.
Due to coronavirus safety measures, parents are spending an extra 46 minutes on average every day preparing their children for school according to new research from Vita Health Group.
So far 2020 has been a tumultuous year in which the world of work has transformed. Ironically, it has taken a global pandemic to highlight some key employment issues that have been simmering and push them up the agenda of business leaders.
MPs have asked chancellor Rishi Sunak to consider a targeted extension of the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS) to avoid mass unemployment.
Money saved when working from home has led to 35% of UK workers saying they are reluctant to return to the office post lockdown, according to a survey from Eskenzi PR.