Jennifer Liston-Smith, Director and Head of Coaching & Consultancy at My Family Care, discusses the recent Equal Lives survey report from Business in the Community.
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.
Just 30% of Britons correctly chose the right definition of the term
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
The United Kingdom has one of Europe’s most significant gender pay gaps, worse than France, Poland and Italy, according to new international data.
Interviewers come under fire after survey reveals 8 out of 10 are guilty of asking off-limits questions
UK and European business are united in the face of Brexit: they think it’s bad for Britain and bad for the EU too
A survey which sought to find out what Europeans – and those in the UK – think of Brexit has revealed the biggest points of agreement: that it’s bad for international business and not good for the European Union either.
Virtual assistants such as Siri, Alexa, and Cortana are making our lives easier. However, the rise of AI with distinct personalities, voices, and physical forms is not as benign as it might seem.
The latest data by the ONS has found that the average woman in the workplace still earns 9.1 per cent less than the average man.
A new study shows that commuters use free Wi-Fi provision on their journey to and from work to ‘catch up’ with work emails, paving the way for the commute to be counted as work.
The recent criminal case of Gloucester rugby player, Danny Cipriani, has sparked concern amongst employers unsure of what they would do if an employee was charged or convicted of a criminal offence, an employment lawyer has revealed.
Zero hours security guard was agency worker and entitled to same basic terms as hirer’s permanent employees
The Employment Appeal Tribunal in Brooknight Guarding Limited v Matei has held that a security guard on a zero hours contract was an agency worker under the Agency Worker Regulations 2010, and was not a permanent employee.
A member of staff at Charlton Athletic has reportedly had to ask HR for permission to eat a packet of crisps at their desk, according to news reports.