Ramadan begins this week (Friday 26 May), and many employers don’t know how to observe it appropriately.
Google has tried to restrict the media reporting of a high-profile gender discrimination case brought by the US government.
Eight out of ten UK workers say they don’t need to be in an office to be productive, highlighting a craving for flexible working.
Scott Rayner, Group Income Protection Proposition Manager at Canada Life, asks whether Group Income Protection is fit-for-purpose in light of the UK’s ageing workforce.
New survey reveals that the quality of office environments influences employee wellbeing and productivity yet majority of workers say it is not a high priority for senior management
The proportion of UK employees who say they will work beyond the age of 65 is at an all-time high, according to new research from Canada Life Group Insurance. Almost three quarters (73 per cent) of employees expect to work beyond the traditional retirement age, up from 67 per cent in 2016 and 61 per cent in 2015.
What are the social and emotional implications of relocating to another country? David Kentish discusses the emotional support needed to aid those who are relocating globally.
The findings, released on National Work From Home Day, reveal that over half of home-workers (51 per cent) have sustained injuries, aches and pains as a result of their working environment, which is 10 per cent1 more likely than those working in a ‘traditional’ workplace.
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Why should a company be concerned about the tax treatment of equity incentives? Ann Casey from Taylor Wessing explains why.
A nationwide study of the financial wellbeing of UK workers ‘The DNA of Financial Wellbeing 2017’ report1, shows that employee financial confidence has fallen over the last 12 months, with Brexit named as a major factor.
New research by AXA’s international health insurance specialist has found that expats and their children are finding it difficult to be away from close friends and family.* Two-fifths (40 per cent) of expats and 32 per cent of their children cited that being away from their support network was one of the most difficult aspects of their transition to life abroad – no matter their nationality or where they had relocated to.
Stakeholder engagement and readiness are very important at the British Council. Here Natalie Agostinho discusses the redesign of the global mobility programme within the organisation and how these two issues are key to the process.
Sharon Quinn, senior reward professional and international and global mobility lead at Whitbread discusses how talent, role and the individual are they key points for a successful global mobility strategy.
Group moves provide a major challenge for those in the HR or global mobility industries. Here SimonDavies from Crown World Mobility gives his advice on how to make group moves successful.