37 per cent of employers think all groups of the workforce desire flexible working.
71 per cent are unaware of the date IR35 will come in to effect.
Progress on closing the gender pay gap is moving very slowly.
Individuals think business’ views HR as a “purely administrative function”.
International Men’s Day: Male staff discouraged by bosses to take on parental duties if it affects their work
Few bosses are comfortable with men taking days off for parental duties.
“When you look at wellbeing holistically mental health feeds in to every aspect.”
Holiday allowance not been taken by over half of employees for 2019 and cannot be carried over to 2020
77 per cent of workers still have holiday allowance remaining for this year.
NHS experiences millions of cancelled appointments as employees cannot attend due to work commitments
Employees say they feel guilty about attending appointments during work.
‘We need to become bilingual so we can speak in both business and HR terms’: Sharon Looney, CHRO of CoreHR
“HR language can be very abstract.”
AI allows more attention to be focused on recruitment and retention.
“The lag in the FTSE 350 is valid and should be highlighted.”
“Experts agree that only sitting or only standing while you work isn’t the solution.”
The gender pay gap has decreased but still lies at 13.1 per cent.
Remote working can blur home and work life.
Over half of contractors save in to a personal pension as businesses fear losing out on their talent due to IR35
62 per cent of large businesses are worried that IR35 will inhibit contractor talent.