Leaders will show their softer side post-Covid, research claims

A softer, more humane approach to leadership will offer greater value in a post-Covid world, according to research from management...

Remote working job adverts trebled in a year

The number of jobs advertised as a home working role more than trebled in 12 months, with indications that businesses...

Number of overseas nationals leaving UK could have reached 1.3 million

Up to 1.3 million overseas nationals have left the UK over the past year, with almost 700,000 non-UK born workers...

Equal pay: Tesco ordered to disclose warehouse staff pay information

Tesco has been ordered by the Employment Appeal Tribunal to disclose information it holds about how much its warehouse staff...

Workers in ‘postcode lottery’ for self-isolation payments

The government should ‘urgently review’ its £500 compensation scheme for workers who have been asked to self isolate by NHS...

Business secretary denies plans to rip-up workers’ rights

Kwasi Kwarteng has denied reports that government wants to scrap the 48-hour limit, regulations on rest periods and other elements of the EU Working Time Directive

Pandemic’s lasting legacy to be key theme of the People in Law Conference 2021

The long-term effects of Covid-19, creating an ideal culture and how learnings from other industries can be applied to the...

An HR shift for 2021: improving employee life experience

Businesses are having to play a deeper role in the personal lives of staff – and they are having a positive impact, writes Brian Kropp.

Shift to home working could cost 400,000 high street jobs

Analysis of the impact of Covid found Hemel Hempstead and Bracknell were likely to see the most office jobs shift permanently to remote working.

Whitbread job cuts smaller than anticipated

The Premier Inn owner has cut 1,500 restaurant and hotel jobs, far fewer than the 6,000 first projected by the group.

Aviation in ‘jobs death spiral’ as Norwegian cuts 1,100 jobs

Norwegian Air is to close its long-haul operations to concentrate on its short-haul network in Scandinavia, meaning around 1,100 staff...

‘Best fit’ hire lands NHS trust with ageism pay-out

A young, mainly female team influenced a hiring decision concerning a 50-year-old man, leading to his successful claim for age and sex discrimination.

Pimlico Plumbers to require Covid jab proof for new starters

Pimlico Plumbers is set to spend upwards of £1m on vaccinating its staff and expects to enforce a ‘no jab, no job’ policy.

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