A recent survey found that 65% of employees expect to work from home at least two days a week, while 31% believe that a return to five-day office working will not happen until 2022, if at all.
What Can Employers Do?
Consider how to better…
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With World Menopause Day last month, and the continued press coverage, Menopause at work remains a significant focus for employers.
Are Your Employees Supported Enough?
A recent poll found that of those individuals experiencing symptoms…
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As you know the Government has recently commissioned a consultation into Flexible Working.
This considers whether to broaden the current rules including:
allowing requests as a 'day-one right'placing the onus on employers to suggest alternativesreforming…
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