Permanent staff appointments rise at record pace as pandemic restrictions ease further in May
Recruiting staff used to be a question of reading through a pile and CVs and conducting interviews to find the best candidate. But, as Ruth discovers, everything has changed. Many job applicants are faced initially with online interviews – speaking into the camera of their laptop in response to automatic questions.
Deciding to reduce your hours can be an anxiety-inducing decision. But could it also be the best decision that you ever make?
Global investment bank Citigroup has banned work video calls on Fridays in an attempt to help employees break free from the “relentlessness of the pandemic workday”.
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Younger workers have borne the brunt of the job losses during the Covid crisis, official figures show, as the unemployment rate continues to rise.
The UK’s jobless rate rose to 5.1% in the three months to December, the Office for National Statistics said, the highest for almost five years.
What are the options for employers and employees?
With the closure of schools in England following the current coronavirus related lockdown, employees are grappling with working arrangements where they are also now having to care for, and home school, children.
Amongst all the mayhem the organisation, Everywoman took some time to reflect on the work they’ve being doing these past two decades to help bring about record levels of female employment and drive down the gender gap in the workplace.
The pandemic is convincing more companies to experiment with workweeks. But does cutting days only add to people’s workloads?
Business Psychologist warns UK businesses of increased depression rates
As more of the UK moves into lockdown and the UK government urges employees to work from home again, Business Psychologist, Dannielle Haig warns businesses that they need to prioritise employee well being as the ‘second wave’ is set to be mentally more challenging.