Employer discretion under new return to work guidance in England could put parents at risk.
Almost half (45%) of UK businesses have reported feeling confused about what goals to prioritise during the pandemic, impacting motivation levels and teamwork.
One in five UK employees have said that they don’t trust the government’s return to work advice at all compared to one in 10 people who distrust their employer’s decisions about going back to the workplace.
The majority (70%) of remote office workers in a Unipos survey said the thing they miss the most about work is face-to-face chats with colleagues.
So much of the storm that businesses are currently weathering is outside of their control. Keeping up with a plethora of government news, advice and guidelines; supporting employees with physical and mental health challenges that weren’t a concern this time last year; learning new and updated words in the lexicon – these are all activities above and beyond the anticipated day job for business leaders and HR alike
Communication is the largest challenge facing employees working remotely, according to a 4Com survey.
The London Stock Exchange Group (LSEG) has a name and headquarters that can lead some to consider the company as London-centric.
Workplace trust has never been more important. To create and maintain a positive workplace culture across a digital workforce, it’s critical that senior management trust employees to get their work done while the office setting is de-matrixed.
Coronavirus has allowed HR to step up and become ‘heroes’ of an organisation, according to global research analyst Josh Bersin.
Nearly half of employees say communication is the area their leadership most needs to improve during the coronavirus pandemic
Unclear guidance could be causing workers to break furlough as nearly 7 in 10 workers in a Censuswide study have admitted to checking their work inbox during their furlough period.