As stress levels rise in the workplace, 30 per cent of stressed UK employees think introducing a 4-day work week would be the best way to tackle their stress, according to new research.
This year is set to be a busy year for HR and employment law. From post-Brexit immigration rule changes and gender pay gap reporting, to age discrimination at work, employers are faced with amended employment laws and new deadlines for their organisation to meet. Here are ten new changes HR professionals need to be aware of.
A new report has suggested that there are considerable gaps in opportunities for employees to have a voice at work, effecting individual well-being and job satisfaction, as well as organisational learning, resilience and innovation.
More and more women are joining the UK workforce every year, and, due to ongoing shifts in the age at which workers are eligible for state pension, women also have longer working lives than ever before.
A new nationwide survey of British workers reveals appreciation is key to the happiness of the nation’s employees.
Philip Hammond used his Spring Statement to plead with MPs to back a Brexit deal and lift the “cloud of uncertainty” hanging over the economy. But what does it mean for employers and HR?
The standard mantra is that Millennials are more motivated by making an impact at work than previous generations. However, according to a new study, the vast majority of Millennials opt for money as their primary motivator in the workplace.
According to a new survey, over half (54 percent) of UK full-time employees have taken a pay cut to accept a job that made them happier
Millennials are being increasingly dubbed the most impatient workforce – what can employers do to keep them engaged and on side?
British workers start worrying about the week ahead on Sunday afternoon – as new research reveals two in three suffer from anxiety dubbed the “Sunday night fear”