A new year and in the midst of yet another lockdown, how will employers and employees fair with continued disruption to business and working life Employment lawyer, Russell Dann discusses the route out of lockdown, furlough, working from home and the legacy the pandemic will likely have on employment law.
To support the future survival of your business and help for your employees, new employment and pandemic issues means having the right strategies in place, says HR expert Samantha Hulson
Employee burnout happens all the time, but how can managers handle it when the coronavirus crisis could be making it worse
Here’s the breakdown of what furlough means from a legal perspective, including when employers should take advantage of the Government scheme.
Employers have a duty to ensure the mental health and general wellbeing of their workforce, this extends to helping them ‘switch off’ at the end of the day.
Gen Z will soon be the biggest employee talent pool out there, making it essential that businesses understand who they are and what they want.
New research has found that BAME workers are overrepresented in the ‘zero-hours-contract’ economy but underrepresented at board level.
Over half of UK employees have “faked” a sick day, however, a startling number of younger workers are coming into work when they are unwell.
Some Japanese firms have banned their female employees from wearing glasses. When it comes to the UK, how should our employees be expected to dress?
Worried about your employees wandering to greener pastures” Keep them interested by making sure that learning, development and creativity are part of your retention strategy and your culture.
Call it our British sensibilities and innate politeness, but whatever it is, not discussing salaries at work can demotivate employees and make them go elsewhere.
Business owners and employees alike are working from their sunbeds aided by the connectivity of technology. But is this down to diligence or distrust of other colleagues?