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.
As the COVID-19 crisis hit in March 2020 many initially commented that it didn?t discriminate. Not in recent years has the nation collectively experienced the challenges to mental wellbeing brought about by the current pandemic. New research reveals insights on how events have impacted the UK workforce.
With some businesses experiencing a rise in productivity as staff work remotely, many firms are re-evaluating the purpose of their office space. HR Consultant at The Spectra Group, Tahlia Morton shares her views on what this may mean for the future workplace.
With employees likely continue to work remotely well in to 2021, legal expert Debbie Sadler explains what businesses should be doing to ensure they remain within legal HR structures.
The impact of Covid-19 shows how essential it is for employees to get a proper break as this year draws to a close, yet 40% of UK workers plan to work through the holidays.
An oil company requires a large number of employees working onsite in close proximity to each other. So how can you run an oil company from home Boris Ivanov, founder of GPB Global Resources B.V. explains.
UK workers less likely to talk to managers about experiencing mental health problems since lockdown, fearing ?repercussions” of job loss.
Business psychologist Pearn Kandola’s Stuart Duff explains the ups and downs of remote working in the long term. Here’s what you need to know.
Pimlico Plumbers boss Charlie Mullins explains why working from home impacts productivity and our economic recovery. What’s the solution?
As the employers grapple with decisions around how to bring people back to the office, fairness around office rota decisions and implementation is a top employee concern.
85% of UK workers admit to slacking off when working from home according to a new survey of over 2000 UK employees.