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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.

‘Extend Kickstart and support young people’ ministers urged

Resolution Foundation looks at mental health and unemployment and warns that young people must be supported if the UK is to thrive.

Define ‘bullying’: Samuel Farley talks to Oven-Ready HR

Barely a week goes by without the mention of allegations of workplace bullying. From squabbling Duchesses at Kensington Palace to...

Work from home advice could be scrapped on 21 June

Boris Johnson has said the government is likely to scrap its work from home advice on 21 June if its roadmap out of lockdown goes to plan.

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Women earn far less than men in creative sector

Women earn on average £10,400 less than men and £44 less in freelance day rates in the creative sector, according to a newly published study.

Two-thirds feel uncomfortable using race terms at work

More than half employees say they feel uncomfortable using the terms ‘Black’, ‘Asian’, ‘BAME’ and ‘ethnic minority’.

Wellbeing is for leaders too: HR and the ‘hokey cokey’ office

Leaders' own wellbeing is crucial if the right decisions are to be made in HR as the hybrid working era gets under way.

Hybrid working could backfire because of fatigue

Organisations that fail to execute hybrid working well could end up asking for all employees to return to the office.

How the FSCS transformed its culture

The Financial Services Compensation Scheme's chief people officer David Blackburn – HR Director of the Year 2020 – talks to Ashleigh Webber.

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