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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...

How does HR navigate new workplace norms? (webinar)

5 Oct 2020

11 November 2020 – Register now | Everyone’s referring to ‘the new normal’ but what do we actually mean and what are the practical implications for HR?

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Coronavirus only proves that SMEs need employee benefits

24 Sep 2020

Employee benefits have already proven their worth during the Covid-19 pandemic, but Steve Herbert believes they’ll become more important to...

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Baxters to discuss non-cash benefits at EB Reset 2020

22 Sep 2020

Clyde Marwick, group HR director at food organisation Baxters, will discuss the perks of offering employees non-cash benefits at Employee...

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‘Work from home if you can’ – government tightens restrictions

22 Sep 2020

Boris Johnson has confirmed that people should work from home if they can in a statement to the House of...

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CMI chief: Return to office could create two-tier workforce

14 Sep 2020

Pushing people back into the office risks creating a two-tier system where ‘white middle-aged males’ are making important decisions, Chartered...

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Law and financial firms among top family-friendly employers

8 Sep 2020

Work-life balance charity Working Families has revealed its top family-friendly employers in the UK, including public sector organisations, law firms...

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Jo Swinson: ‘Inequality may be lasting legacy of pandemic’

3 Sep 2020

Progress in addressing gender inequality has stalled during the lockdown, but the new ways of working it has bought could...

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Extend paid bereavement leave right beyond parents, urges CIPD

21 Jul 2020

The right to bereavement leave and pay should be extended to all employees experiencing a close family bereavement, not just...

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Car parking charges for NHS staff could be reintroduced

8 Jul 2020

The government is considering reintroducing car parking charges for NHS staff as the coronavirus pandemic eases, the health minister has...

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Government scraps plan to class coronavirus tests as taxable benefit in kind

7 Jul 2020

Controversial plans to get workers to pay income tax on coronavirus testing kits purchased by their employer have been scrapped...

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Top UK employers urged to disclose parental leave and pay

6 Jul 2020

Employers warned they could lose out on the best talent if they do not include transparency over family friendly working arrangements.

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Seven ways of dealing with return-to-work childcare issues

26 Jun 2020

Although more workplaces will reopen on 4 July, schools and other childcare settings such as holiday clubs are unlikely to...

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One in four working carers consider leaving job

24 Jun 2020

A quarter of working carers have considered giving up their job as they are unable to balance their career and...

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Government publishes guide on safety for businesses due to re-open

24 Jun 2020

The government has published guidance on how businesses can safely re-open after announcing that a further easing of the coronavirus...

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