There is still a stigma around mental health in the workplace, with workers afraid to open up about their problems.Wellbeing Learning and development
In early July, Rishi Sunak announced his plan for jobs which will provide financial support to the under-25s, one of the hardest-hit demographics of the pandemic.
Chancellor Rishi Sunak has outlined a three-point ‘plan for jobs’ aiming to provide support to some of the sectors and demographics most affected by the pandemic.
The UK government is set to unveil a £2 billion “kickstart scheme” to help unemployed young people into work.
Just 35% of employees or their representatives are currently consulted by leadership before introducing new technology in the workplace.
Government has announced it will create an “Office for Talent” to encourage scientists and researchers to come and work or study in the UK.
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.
On-the-job learning is essential for career and personal development, but many workers in lower paid roles do not have access to the same training opportunities as their higher-paid counterparts. Lauren Weymouth explores the exclusive nature of L&D