Daniel Kahneman: how ‘noise’ damages decisions

Why we should use the return to the workplace as an opportunity to implement radical change and get to grips to poor decision-making.

Crucial collective bargaining case reaches Supreme Court

Kostal UK Ltd v Dunkley and Others will decide whether organisations are able to negotiate directly with staff where trade unions hold collective bargaining rights. 

Long working hours leading to heart disease and stroke

Long working hours has led to hundreds of thousands of deaths due to heart disease and stroke, particularly among men and middle-aged or older workers.

Spain passes landmark gig economy law

Food delivery and courier companies in Spain now three months to employ drivers as staff under a landmark new law.

Wales hopes to trial universal basic income

First Minister Mark Drakeford has revealed that Wales is planning to trial a universal basic income scheme, whereby every citizen receives money to cover basic living costs.

Regulate umbrella companies to protect workers’ rights, ministers told

Regulation of umbrella companies would prevent workers from losing out on rights such as holiday pay, government told.

Highest levels of hiring optimism for eight years

UK employers are the most optimistic they have been in eight years about hiring, according to the CIPD and Adecco.

CPD: Workplace trauma post-pandemic (webinar)

18 May 2021 2:00pm. Register now | In this CPD webinar for OHW+, Noreen Tehrani examines psychological surveillance in organisations in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.

Measuring learning success: Connecting value to business impact (webinar)

16 June 2021 - Register now | Join our panel as they discuss how businesses can redefine the value of learning and amplify L&D’s impact on your organisation.

Employers join pledge to get a million vaccinated

A group of employers has pledged to make sure a million staff receive the Covid-19 vaccine as part of a government-led initiative.

Amazon pays for staff training to help meet local skills needs

Amazon is to pay for staff to be trained in skills to meet local needs, and plans to create 10,000 new jobs by the end of 2021.

Dog-friendly offices: Will workplaces become full of ‘puppy love’?

Are offices ready for a canine invasion, or is it a case of the tail wagging the dog (the only cliche or pun used in this article)? What could possibly go wrong...

Large firms face increasing pressure to tackle executive pay and diversity

Large companies including Ocado, AstraZeneca and Metro Bank are coming inder increasing pressure to tackle executive remuneration.

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