HRreview provides a round-up of the articles in HR news this week.
Tags: Flexible working
Parents hold the opinion that they have to work extra hours to “manage unwieldy jobs”.
HRreview’s poll states that 71 per cent feel flexible working increases productivity.
What do professionals predict and want to see for HR in 2020.
The Transport Secretary has revealed plans for trialling a new fund for flexible fares.
Read the four tips to safeguard your workforce’s productivity for 2020 and beyond.
“Flexible working during December can help staff meet the demands of attending family events.”
Are “hangover days” a good or bad idea?
The CIPD do not see this as a strong perk to offer.
32 per cent of workers are not satisfied with their flexible working options.
The past decade have seen companies place more attention on financial wellbeing.
The top office desire is being able to embrace flexible working.
65 per cent of people say a four-day week is not viable.
37 per cent of employers think all groups of the workforce desire flexible working.
Put an end to IR35 or delay it, IPSE and REC release election manifestos both addressing the legislation
Is time running out to scrap IR35 as 6th April 2020 fast approaches?