A flexible work culture is a key consideration for the majority of young workers when choosing a job, with over half (53%) of 18-34-year-olds claiming that talented young people won’t join companies that are inflexible about the way
Only 41% of organisations are using HR software to conduct appraisals - instead relying on manual or paper-based systems, despite over three-quarters adopting digital processes in the past year to support employees working remotely
More than a decade after their introduction and Fit Notes still need improvement. That is the clear outcome of research undertaken by Howden Employee Benefits & Wellbeing (Howden) in September this year.
After the lifting of COVID-19 there is still reluctance by some workers to return to the office and a growing need for firms to offer flexibility in working patterns to retain and recruit staff, says Adrian Lewis, Director at Activ People HR
This Men’s Health Awareness month, Howden Employee Benefits & Wellbeing is raising awareness of the growing mental and physical health risks for men and offering businesses five ways to better support men’s health and wellbeing
The latest labour market statistics provide further signals that mounting recruitment difficulties rather than higher cost of living may now be the main driver of higher pay inflation; with vacancies rising to another record high in the vast majority of industries
With men’s mental health month in November, the latest survey from CV-Library, the UK’s leading independent job board, reveals that a whopping three quarters of workers feel that employers should do more to promote self-care in the workplace.