At home or work the employer has the same legal obligations around health.
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Hereford has the largest gender pay gap in the UK of £11,979.
2.9 million workers suffer from dyslexia in the UK.
University graduate schemes at risk as students feel education does not provide them with the skills they need
68 per cent believe that industry recognised certifications should be part of their degree.
“Environmental impacts are starting to collide with the expectations and daily lives of employees.”
Peter Eyre: “Recruiting and retaining graduates” – Why an inclusive approach pays dividends for businesses
Graduates need to feel included in the business from the word go.
Scottish employees most unlikely to work from home.
46 per cent of employees have little faith in their managers.
56,000 less people in jobs from the June-to-August 2019 period.
9 per cent of employers have had to suspend a staff member.
A no-deal Brexit could push the budget back by a few weeks.
“Many of the stress-related issues affecting employees are both predictable and preventable.”
Regulation of collective money purchase schemes will be established.
23 per cent of employers plan to focus their L&D activity on senior leaders.
60 per cent of employees said they feel stressed whilst on holiday.