Sectors struggling due to the impact of coronavirus have welcomed the Treasury’s recovery package, though some warn more intervention may be needed.Employment law Recruitment
June would typically have be when graduate recruitment season gets into full swing. This season, however, finds recruiters scrambling to react to COVID-19. With students sent home early and no end in sight for social distancing, graduate recruiters face the choice of pivoting their hiring approach towards something more virtual, or putting their programmes on hold
Female workers are looking for more permanent roles post-coronavirus to create more stability and protect against economic uncertainty.
The UK government is set to unveil a £2 billion “kickstart scheme” to help unemployed young people into work.
Five million people of working age in the UK are living with hearing loss or deafness and, while there are millions of deaf people who are willing and able to work, sadly, people with hearing loss continue to face barriers when applying for jobs.
Employers need incentives if mass unemployment of young people is to be avoided, said The Institute of Student Employers (ISE).
The UK hospitality sector could face around 320,000 job cuts as businesses attempt to recover post-coronavirus.
Young people aged between 18-24 are likely to be the group who will be the most badly affected in terms of finding work in the COVID-19 pandemic-led economic crisis that we are now entering.
Office workers are still optimistic about career prospects despite short-term redundancy worries, according to a new Robert Half survey.
Remote culture could drive future pay-cuts for UK employees as the government’s furlough scheme runs out in October.
The Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS) has helped lower income areas of the UK more than anywhere else, according to accountancy firm Moore.