The UK government is now advising office workers to work from home again where possible following a rise in the number of coronavirus cases across the country.Talent Wellbeing HR software
More than three in four UK business managers feel that 'collaborative' workspaces will be most suitable for their organisation post-lockdown, according to new research.
As employers have had to adapt to the new, remote normal, many junior employees have reported feeling that communication, supervision and support has reduced.
In a controversial move, the UK government is set to launch a new campaign to encourage workers to return to offices in response to economic concerns of the high street.
At a time when the burden of preparing for retirement falls more heavily on individuals and governments are talking about scaling back benefits, the role that companies play in getting people ready has never been more important. To meet that expanded responsibility, employers must become age friendly
Major crises such as economic austerity and the current pandemic have aggravated existing vulnerabilities across several domains of life. Over time, such crises can have a snowball effect.
Almost half (49%) of UK workers at tech SMEs said they believe pay and benefits should be based on ability rather than location, and more would like further remote opportunities according to a poll from software company Remote.