Much of the media coverage of P&O Ferries’ redundancies focused on the outrage at the company’s apparently unusual breaches of employment law, and detail like the use of security guards with handcuffs...
Almost one in five (18%) employers plan to let staff go in the next year according to new research from Acas.
Planned redundancies increased by 103% at the start of 2022, posing a risk to company reputation.
Workplace expert Acas has published new guidance encouraging employers to explore all options before resorting to fire and rehire tactics when changing employee contracts.
Complaints relating to part-time working regulations have risen by 767% since the pandemic, topping the list of tribunal causes that have seen the steepest increase over the past 18 months.
Almost a third (31%) of UK employees fear they will lose their job if their organisation becomes more diverse and inclusive, according to new research by Dynata.
Disabled parents have faced greater disruptions to their work and income during the pandemic than non-disabled parents.
The unexpected changes to the UK government's traffic light travel system have left the aviation and travel industry fearing further job losses.
One of the big trends emerging in talent acquisition since the coronavirus pandemic struck has been a greater need for internal mobility and redeployment. Data-driven decisions for this have never...