Remote work

Hot seat: Your work-from-home policy must address the drawbacks

Flexible, remote and hybrid working has been high on the agenda for most companies. Closing central city offices enables a cost saving as well as allowing for a much more agile workforce, which...

Law firm cracks down on home workers

Slaughter and May, a leading City law firm, set out stricter plans to monitor office attendance in an email to employees.

Employees think remote workers are less likely to get promoted

A study from TonerGiant found 41% of Brits think employees are less likely to get a promotion or pay rise if they don’t spend enough time in the office.

Remote working employment tribunals hit record high

As major firms including Google, Amazon and Disney encourage employees back to the office, employment tribunals relating to remote working have hit record highs.

Why is recruitment harder than ever before?

Remote working, AI, and labour shortages have created escalating challenges in recruitment and hiring, according to Steve Knox, VP of global talent acquisition at HR software company Dayforce.

Making the right call on hybrid work

When hybrid working is done wrong, there are consequences: business suffers, and people leave.

Are we returning to pre-pandemic ways of working?

A new report claims the increase of workplace stress is due to shifting back to pre-pandemic ways of working.

International study on hybrid working seeks HR input

A new three-year investigation into the impact of hybrid working has been launched by employee experience analyst Leesman.

How can managers beat productivity paranoia?

Billionaire entrepreneur James Dyson made headlines this week as he slammed the right to work from home as 'economically illiterate' - but he's not alone in his productivity paranoia as many managers...

Demand for fully remote roles spikes

The demand for fully remote roles rose 18% in July this year compared to June.

Is your hybrid work model working for you?

Many organisations have adopted a hybrid model of working – but how do you measure its success?

As the world of work evolves, HR should too

The basics of people leadership are never going to change. But, the way our employees work and succeed will continue to change, so we need to be adaptable.