The UK’s Job Support Scheme has created new measures to help secure the jobs of workers hardest hit by the coronavirus pandemic.Boardroom Employee benefits Employment law Recruitment
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New lockdown restrictions to control the spread of coronavirus begin today in England. Deemed the 'rule of six' government guidance has reduced the number of people who can meet socially to six in a private setting.
Money saved when working from home has led to 35% of UK workers saying they are reluctant to return to the office post lockdown, according to a survey from Eskenzi PR.
As many countries have begun relaxing the restrictions imposed due to COVID-19, there’s been an increase in business activity and a tentative opening of borders which has allowed people to enter countries again.
The majority (88%) of employers have said that upper management could do more to promote the financial wellbeing of their employees, and HR’s autonomy to act on the issue could be the answer.
The TUC is encouraging the government to create a new job protection and upskilling programme as the Job Retention Scheme (JRS) comes to a close next month.
Managing an international workforce during COVID-19 has added an extra layer of challenges due to the ever-shifting rules and regulations to contain the spread of the virus. It’s important that employers keep up with these changes, are aware of the impact on their employees, and take appropriate measures to support their workforce.
HR teams must broaden their expertise and work directly with other functional areas of business as organisations recover from the impact of coronavirus, according to a new report from the Josh Bersin Academy.
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.