A huge amount of focus has been on employers’ reactions to COVID-19. And rightly so.
Spotify data has revealed the world’s most popular working from home tracks, as workers hunker down during the coronavirus lockdown.
People with a life limiting issue or disability could become invaluable to businesses in a post- coronavirus world, according Steve Shutts from recruitment charity Astriid.
Almost half (47%) of workers believe their employer will ditch widespread remote working once the COVID-19 pandemic is over.
COVID- 19 is presenting a global challenge on a scale that has not been seen in a generation. The effect on business has already been seismic.
Employers across the UK are naturally preoccupied with the COVID-19 outbreak at present.
In times of unprecedented crisis, business leaders often fall into the trap of jumping straight into ‘troubleshoot’ mode rather than ‘assess and analyse’.
HR leaders have been warned that remote working may see a rise in domestic abuse cases after calls to the National Domestic Abuse helpline saw a 25% increase since the lockdown began.
Seventy per cent of UK employees are confident their employers can get through the pandemic crisis, according to consumer intelligence firms Toluna and Harris Interactive
Companies across the UK have taken a series of precautionary measures to maintain employees and keep business afloat throughout COVID-19 health and safety measures
There’s a disease that we are all suffering from. The symptoms vary from minor to major implications but there can be no doubt that everyone is affected in some shape or form.