The average worker in Britain now takes just 34 minutes for their lunch break with over half of workers (52%) skipping their lunch break completely.
The government has announced that it is to bring forward the rise in state pension age from 67 to 68. The rise will now take place between 2037 and 2039, seven years earlier than they had originally intended.
Two thirds of the BBC’s top earners are male the Corporation has revealed, bringing into question the public sector broadcaster’s attempts to tackle the gender pay gap.
Technology is rapidly changing both our work and lives. Smart phones and social media are already “connecting” the world, allowing for instantaneous communication and access to an almost infinite amount of information at people’s fingertips.
The Repeal Bill, formally titled the European Union (Withdrawal) Bill, has now been published.
A gay man has won a landmark ruling at the UK’s highest court which will secure his husband the same pension rights as a wife would receive.
Three quarters of businesses expect to increase the number of high-skilled roles over the coming years, but 61 per cent fear that there will be a lack of sufficiently skilled people to fill them, according to the 2017 CBI/Pearson Education and Skills Survey. The survey of 344 companies highlighted that 62 per cent see strong…
A government review into the employment of the UK’s “gig economy” workers has called for better quality jobs and “dignity at work”.
GRiD, the industry body for group risk, is highlighting that SMEs, advisers and insurers should not ‘assume knowledge’ on each other’s behalf, and that a truly open conversation will be significantly advantageous for both employers and their staff.
Large or small. B2B or B2C. Profit or not-for-profit. UK or abroad. Employee wellbeing forms an important part of every business’ set-up.
Gen Z graduates about to enter the workforce are more optimistic about finding a job, but 71 per cent of recent grads now feel underemployed, according to a recent study.
Auto-enrolment will be mandatory for all British businesses by 2018, where business owners will have to contribute to all of their employee’s pensions unless they opt out.
The Supreme Court has ruled in favour of HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) in its fight with Rangers over the club’s use of Employee Benefit Trusts (EBTs).
Young people employed on zero-hours contracts are more likely to have worse mental and physical health than peers with more stable positions, a study has found.
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