UK employers are showing “resilience” to the COVID-19 situation.
Tags: Public Sector
Private sector workers are more worried than those who work in the public sector.
Key worker sectors have seen a rise in job activity.
However, private sector wages are expected to rise higher than the public sectors.
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Half of public sector HR professionals feel prevented from driving digital transformation.
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Male workers at the Bank of England are paid almost a quarter more than female employees, according to its first gender pay gap report.
Len McCluskey, the leader of Unite, has warned that the prospect of mass industrial unrest over public sector pay is becoming likely.
Next government must make mental health in the public sector a top priority, says Mind.
The issue of bonuses is never without thorns, debates over how much and who gets the money continuously rage. In an attempt to make the process of awarding bonuses somewhat less secretive the government is to insist, as of next year, that employers include information about bonuses awarded to men and women, in their compulsory gender pay gap reports.
Members of staff in customer-facing roles whose standard of English falls below the equivalent of GCSE grade C could be given more time to improve their skills can use an Earn and Learn scheme to help retain their jobs.
New legislation requiring all public sector employees who work with the public to speak fluent English will be introduced in September, cabinet office minister Matt Hancock announced today.
The public sector in the North West and East Midlands have seen substantial cuts, with the regions being the highest affected when compared with London and the South East.
The latest Comensura Government Index (GI) has revealed that during the financial year of April 2013 to March 2014, temporary labour usage in local authorities and other public bodies increased by 2.7%. This suggests that local authorities are continuing to use temporary labour to provide greater workforce flexibility in delivering front-line services. In line with…