Has Sunak’s latest Job Support Scheme quelled fears for tiers?

The new version of the Job Support Scheme has been thoroughly welcomed by business but there is no shortage of...

Why home workers who are ill should not work

With the onset of colder weather, inevitably the number of people with common colds and flu will rise, in addition...

Chancellor revamps Job Support Scheme

Chancellor Rishi Sunak has announced an update to the Job Support Scheme (JSS), including for workers in England where tier 2 restrictions apply.

WEF: Half of all work tasks to be automated

Half of all work tasks will be handled by machines by 2025 – but inequality will worsen as a result...

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Want to help working mothers? Focus on paternity

What stereotypes need to be broken down before working mothers can achieve a level playing field?

HR in universities: “One day is never the same as the next”

Joanne Marshall has recently become the chair of Universities Human Resources, a body that supports people professionals across the higher...

Legal risks of Covid-19 testing in the workplace

Many employers are content on their staff relying on the coronavirus testing service provided by the NHS but, for some,...

Quarter of employers do nothing to improve top-level diversity

A quarter of employers (24%) make no effort to attract and recruit more diverse candidates for top-level jobs.
That is...

The impact of Covid-19 on senior executives’ contracts

Senior executives' relationship with new employers is changing as they look to safeguard their positions against a background of instability.

Supporting mental wellbeing in the workplace

PROMOTED | Supporting the workplace wellbeing of employees is no longer a fringe human resources interest for a minority of employers...

Scrapping Union Learning Fund would be ‘tremendous loss’

Tesco, Arla Foods and Tata Steel are among employers backing a campaign to persuade the government to rethink plans to scrap the Union Learning Fund.

PwC to resign as Boohoo auditor after working conditions inquiry

In the latest sign of growing fears among the large accountancy firms over reputational damage, PwC is set to resign as auditor of fashion retailer Boohoo.

Covid-19: One in five parents treated unfairly at work

Approximately 2.6 million parents feel they have been treated less fairly at work because of their childcare responsibilities since the...

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