Will it be this year’s biggest HR trend?
Tags: Flexible working
Lunch breaks are clearly no longer just about eating lunch.
With employees looking for more control over their work-life balance, businesses must offer more flexibility or risk losing workers.
Soft skills, flexible working and pay transparency are workplace trends to embrace in 2019.
Employees who are finding it increasingly difficult to disconnect from the demands of work in the post-festive season suffer mental health issues.
Do you stop emailing after work?
Working mothers feel stigma which manifests in a shocking way.
New study finds that negative views on flexible working are prevalent in the UK, especially amongst men.
A recent poll commissioned by the Department of Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy reveals that 78per cent of respondents over the age of 50 would rather work flexible hours.
New research finds that small to mid-size businesses (SMB) face the challenge of keeping their business secure whilst adhering to the needs and expectations of the modern workforce.
Flexible working will save businesses money, reduce costs and boost productivity, causing a ripple effect across the UK
Blended talent pools, made up of a mix of permanent employees, contractors and freelancers, will make up the workforce of the future.
Prezi’s Emoke Starr benefits from their bring-your-children-to-work policy.
47 per cent of millennials think SMEs are the ideal business size to work for, more than double the 19 per cent who believe larger companies are the ideal size.
Asking for family-friendly working patterns leads to them getting fewer hours, worse shifts and in some cases losing their jobs, according to a TUC survey.