People in their late twenties and early thirties (25-34) are more unhappy about their work-life balance than any other age group, according to a YouGov poll.
Pret A Manger has said it will now pay its 16-18 year old work experience candidates a starting hourly rate after reports it planned to “pay them in sandwiches”.
New mums in UK receive just 6 weeks of decently-paid maternity leave, only mothers in Ireland and Slovakia have worse decently-paid entitlement.
People aged 30 and under face working until the age of 70 before they can qualify for a state pension under projections drawn up by two separate reports requested by the Government.
Black male graduates in London are nearly twice as likely to be unemployed as their white counterparts, figures suggest. According to the data from the ONS, in 2016 there was an unemployment rate of 18 per cent for black male graduates aged 16 to 24 in the capital. The rate for their white counterparts was…
92% of SME owners see the latest technology as essential for productivity and SME owners spend almost three hours a week solving IT problems.
Uber president Jeff Jones has left the taxi-hailing firm Uber after less than six months in the job.
Nearly two thirds of UK employees experience stress in their jobs, according to research into workplace happiness. Of those who find their roles demanding, nearly one in 10 said their job was very stressful.
The much-disputed Oxford comma has helped a group of dairy drivers in a dispute with a company about overtime pay.
Unemployment is damaging to employees wellbeing regardless of their age, gender, level of education, ethnicity or part of the country in which they live, according to a study by What Works Wellbeing.
British workers have suffered a decrease in their real pay for the first time in two years, according to new figures from the Office for National Statistics (ONS).
Asda has offered its workers a pay rise on the condition that they sign a new “flexible“ contract which will introduce a requirement to be available to work during bank holidays and unpaid lunch breaks.
The European Court of Justice has ruled that employers are entitled to ban workers from wearing headscarves to work.
Over the past few years, we’ve seen a steady rise in the breadth and depth of health and wellbeing programmes in the workplace. Our attention is now not so ergonomic-centric, and instead many HR professionals are looking into how mental health affects our employees at work. But just how many days do we lose to employee absences per year?
On International Women’s Day, Iceland announced their plans to force companies to pay all employees the same regardless of their gender, ethnicity, sexuality or nationality.