Four in ten UK workers are dissatisfied with the quality of leadership at work (40%)
Firms believe they have a duty to offer benefits, but more than 300,000 SME staff don’t receive any benefits beyond pensions
New research from mental health charity Mind, has revealed that poor mental affects half of all employees, however, only half of those who had experienced stress, anxiety or low mood said they had talked to their employer about it.
A report looks into the top ten countries like Germany, Norway, Sweden and France who are proving that you don’t have to work eight-hour days to be more productive.
Nine out of ten UK employees (92%) have gone into work despite being sick this year and the top reason for presenteeism is the fear of not getting paid, according to new research.
The TUC have published a new report on how workers can get a fair share from the tech revolution that is set to make the UK richer and to change the world of work.
Is maternity coaching a must? Many organisations now offer specific support for employees going through parental leave, and it’s increasingly a gender-inclusive programme: maternity, paternity or simply parent transition coaching.
The UK’s unemployment rate of 4.0% has not been lower since the 1970s and the employment rate remains at a near record high 75.5%.
Just 30% of Britons correctly chose the right definition of the term
The EAT in East Kent Hospitals University NHS Foundation Trust v Levy has held that a tribunal was entitled to find that an employee’s letter to her employer giving ‘one month’s notice’ was not a letter of resignation.
By 2030 most of the UK graduate workforce will be working with Artificial Intelligence (AI) on a daily basis, predicts Henley Business School
UK workers on zero hour contracts have more than tripled since 2012, climbing from 252,000 to 901,000 workers
51% of employees say they would be more productive if they knew how their work tied into overall company objectives
One in five (19 per cent) employees resigned from their job in 2017, up from 15.5 per cent in 2016, according to the latest data from XpertHR.
The United Kingdom has one of Europe’s most significant gender pay gaps, worse than France, Poland and Italy, according to new international data.