New research by Aetna found a third (35.8%) of employees in the UK, the U.S., Singapore and the UAE admitted to having lied about sick daysWellbeing HR software
The prospect of a return to workplaces has been the cause of new alarm to employees. What’s the real priority, finances or health and safety?
We shine a light on the effort businesses have made, big and small, to support their staff and the community during the coronavirus pandemic
For many of us the move to home and online working brought about by COVID-19 is challenging us to rethink not only the practicalities of work - the how, when and where - but the nature of our relationship with work and its impact on our lives.
HR magazine's Tech Q&A series explores the latest software on the market to give HR leaders insight into new solutions that could work for them. Vanessa McKeever, HR director at Fujifilm, gives her view on choosing CorLife as a wellness platform for employees
As social distancing continues, it’s more important than ever for businesses to ensure they are taking steps to support employee mental, physical and social wellbeing.
Companies will need to be more agile and more empathetically-led following the coronavirus crisis, experts agreed in our HR Lunchtime Debate on 14 May
Two-fifths (42%) of companies have made or are planning to make changes to their employee benefit programmes as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic and the impact it has had on working life.
Following the news that Emanuel Gomes, a cleaner at the Ministry of Justice (MoJ), passed away from COVID-19 earlier this month, several questions have arisen as to whether enough is being done to protect vulnerable workers both physically and financially during the coronavirus crisis.
Almost half (41%) of all calls made by employees to their organisation’s employee assistance programme (EAP) are for mental health concerns, new figures show.