Britain’s employees are least likely to skip work because of illness, taking just over 4 sick days off the entire year, the latest research has revealed
With the festive season a distant memory, January can be a challenging and volatile time for the workplace.
The robots are coming. Now there’s a phrase that gets the blood pumping. From The Terminator to I, Robot, it’s hardly surprising that this prospect is a daunting one.
Working less hours can bring a positive impact to employees and help motivate them to do better, inevitably increasing productivity.
The decorations have been put in storage, there’s an empty space in your living room where your Christmas tree sat proudly just a short while ago ...
As the UK celebrates record-low unemployment rates, with over 81% of people in work, we mustn’t forget that hiring isn’t at the level needed for all professionals.
Working in an office, on the surface, appears harmless. There is no comparing it to professions such as firefighting or policing when it comes to risk factor.
Despite widespread resistance from the business community, in April 2020, the government will press ahead with its reforms to off-payroll working in the private sector (IR35).