Graduates find them frustrating as so many of them fail.
“Flexible working during December can help staff meet the demands of attending family events.”
What are the best employee benefits to offer Gen X?
Employers not offered training to help an employee who has been diagnosed with cancer.
Read about how employers can promote healthy eye care in the workplace.
An employer was not a fan of a candidate because of his eyebrows.
Majority of HR and employees believe that employers should provide financial education to staff.
Women who may become pregnant still face illegal measures from employers.
Does your company have a drug testing policy?
The job for life is well and truly over.
A fresh warning to employers on the importance of ensuring all employees sign their contracts of employment.
From April 2017, applicants for Employment and Support Allowance who are assessed as unfit for work but capable of work-related activity will receive a reduced State benefit, equivalent to Jobseeker’s Allowance. The value will fall from £5,312 to £3,801 per year. Can anyone really live on this?
A new survey carried out by benefits provider Edenred shows that six in ten employees would consider cycling to work if they had better support from their employer. A key barrier to commuting by bike is the lack of basic facilties in the workplace, such as somewhere to change, acces to a hairdryer or a place to keep their bike safely.
One year after the introduction of pension freedoms, employers are still grappling with the ways in which to educate their staff on pension reforms, with the popularity of government provision waning.
Over one-in-five people in the UK believe they will now need to wait at least until their 70s before they retire, including a small minority who do not believe they will ever be able to retire, according to a major new study of UK employees by Willis Towers Watson.