More than three quarters of managers are calling for their business to offer more support and education around mental wellbeing in the workplace.
The Association of Independent Professionals and the Self-Employed (IPSE) is hoping that newly appointed chancellor of the exchequer, Sajid Javid will scrap IR35 as they feel it “is a massive bureaucratic drag” and will cause sizeable damages.
Pregnant women and new mothers returning to work could receive two years of legal protection against redundancy, with new protections being put in place this month, which adds another six month period of protection for women after they return to their jobs.
A new CV-Library report shows that the majority of UK employees enjoy their job, and highlights the happiest cities in the UK
Just under one fifth of Generation Z graduates say that mental health issues are posing as a barrier to achieving their dream job.
The UK’s digital talent gap is causing the country to lose out on £63 billion a year as companies are finding it increasingly difficult to find the right candidates with the digital skills to fill its vacancies.
A new report has revealed that more dads than ever before (58 per cent) are now actively involved in day to day parenting and are looking for workplace flexibility, which is still not currently provided by the majority of UK employers.
A new recruitment strategy is ready to be adopted by the NHS in England, which has revealed it will turn to Mumsnet to help recruit nurses as part of a package of measures to fill vacancies in the health service.
Dislikeable work colleagues, who are noisy, annoying and even steal from the office fridge top the list of workplace grumbles, according to a survey of 650 UK workers.
A new report from the International Longevity Centre UK (ILC) highlights international research from the EXTEND project that confirms that state pension reforms have significant potential to exacerbate social inequalities*.