Over a third of workers (34%) believe COVID-19 has delayed efforts to improve diversity, inclusion and belonging in their company.Diversity & inclusion Employment law
A roundtable discussed how workplaces and employers will need to change to better accommodate parents returning to work
In yesterday’s Spending Review chancellor Rishi Sunak told the House of Commons that the government will accept a recommendation from the Low Pay Commission to increase the National Living Wage (NLW) next year by 2.2%, to £8.91 per hour.
Only a small minority of the UK investment management firms are disclosing how they support working parents, and the support that is available has been described as “invisible”.
A study for Zurich insurance suggested women are 20% more likely to apply for senior roles if the job offers flexible hours. The research - which was carried out by the Behavioural Insights Team, a government-backed think tank - found that this can help narrow the gender pay gap, as women apply for more senior roles.
Today marks the day when women in the UK effectively work for free for the rest of the year, as a result of the disparity in pay between men and women.
In the last 15 years the use of data and analytics in HR has grown rapidly. CIPD research found in 2018, 75% of companies globally reported using HR analytics.
The headlines that the BBC’s director-general Tim Davie has introduced sweeping new guidance on staff’s use of social media and rules on presenters moonlighting for private companies, raise interesting questions on the limits of employers “spying” on their employees.
Leaders need to be brave enough to fight back against racism in the workplace, according to journalist and author Reni Eddo-Lodge on day one of the CIPD’s annual conference.
Employers are not helping staff once they approach the age they can claim their pension, according to new research by financial planning and retirement savings business Punter Southall.