An employee with long Covid has won an employment tribunal for unfair dismissal, becoming the first person to successfully claim that the condition should be classed as a disability.
Businesses aren't supplying their workers with the financial wellbeing support programmes they need, according to research from asset management firm Mercer.
Employment tribunals (ETs) conducted remotely could soon be recorded under plans being considered to bring proceedings more up to date.
Company executives were less likely to receive a pay cut during the pandemic compared to other employees.
More than three quarters of HR professionals have more confidence in their future job prospects – emboldened by the Covid-19 pandemic.
The UK government signalled its intention to intensify benefit sanctions with the recently announced ‘Way to Work’ scheme, which aims to move half a million people into jobs by the end of June 2022.
Today (23 March) marks the second anniversary of the announcement by prime minister Boris Johnson that the UK was locking down due to coronavirus. After two years in crisis, what lessons can HR take...
The average value of a pension fund for a single mother in the UK has dropped by 40% since the start of the pandemic.
Half of young workers (49%) aged 18-34 say they are planning to quit their jobs in the next 12 months due to pandemic working conditions, according to a new report commissioned by HR software...
Imperial College London HRD Harbhajan Brar tells Beau Jackson how his 30 years in HR have been driven by a determination to build better, fairer, more successful organisations that represent...