UNVACCINATED CARE HOME WORKER WAS FAIRLY DISMISSED

The tribunal accepted Ms Allette's fear and scepticism was genuine but said that the requirement to be vaccinated was a reasonable...

JOB SEEKERS FROM POORER BACKGROUNDS MISS OPPORTUNITIES

A report has revealed a systematic failure in the finding and nurturing of talent, despite a UK record high of 1.2 million job vacancies...

 
 
 

JOHN LEWIS GOES AGAINST THE GRAIN TO PAY FULL SICK PAY

Andrew Murphy John Lewis' group operations director said: “We cast no judgment on the decisions of any other organisation; in fact...

LYNN SMITH: WHY AGILE WORKING IS NOT A PASSING TREND

HR departments cannot be expected to predict spikes in the variant, writes Lynn Smith, but they can be among the first in an organisation...

 
 
 

UNVACCINATED CARE HOME WORKER WAS FAIRLY DISMISSED

The tribunal accepted Ms Allette's fear and scepticism was genuine but said that the requirement to be vaccinated was a reasonable...

NEW PLANS TO BOOST VETERAN EMPLOYMENT

£70 million action plan to fast track veterans into teaching, prisons and the NHS as part of a government scheme to improve their employment...

 
 
 

GOVERNMENT URGED TO TACKLE SEXUAL HARASSMENT, AS PROMISED

Six months ago, the government promised to draft new legislation that would help employers prioritise the issue of sexual harassment...

PHILIPPA WHITE: IS FINDING A PURPOSE THE ANSWER TO THE ‘THE GREAT RESIGNATION'?

The reason for ‘The Great Resignation', writes Philippa White, is people are looking for a change, and a way to find renewed purpose...

 
 
 

PRIMARK TO AXE 400 JOBS IN RESTRUCTURE

Primark said it is now focusing on supporting colleagues who will be affected by the proposed changes and will be going through the...

FINES FOR DIRECTORS WHO CLAIMED PANDEMIC SUPPORT FRAUDULENTLY

New legislation comes into force next month that can be applied retrospectively, that gives the Insolvency Service the power to look...

 
 
 

BOSS WHO FIRED WORKERS EN MASS ON ZOOM IS BACK AT THE HELM

The CEO who notoriously fired 900 workers on the same Zoom call is back at work, after taking a 'break' to work with an executive coach...

NEW MEASURES TO BOOST TAKE UP OF PENSION GUIDANCE

The government will implement the ‘Stronger nudge to pensions guidance' from 1 June 2022, in line with the Financial Conduct Authority...

 
 
 

EFFECTS OF FOUR DAY WEEK MUST BE MONITORED

30 firms are taking part in an Oxford and Cambridge University trial, giving all their employees a four day work week with the same...

FURLOUGH FRAUD HAS NOT GONE AWAY WARN LAWYERS

Lawyers are warning businesses to have documented evidence of their furlough claims, despite the Treasury writing off more than £4billion...

 
 
 

CHRISTINE HUSBANDS: ARE ALL MENTAL HEALTH SUPPORT SERVICES FIT FOR PURPOSE?

Most companies have at least one mental health support service in place for their employees, writes Christine Husbands, but employers...

MORE THAN 9 MILLION WORKERS EXPECTED TO LEAVE JOBS IN 2022

“While we always experience a sharp increase in job applications at the start of each year, we are anticipating unprecedented levels...

 
 
 

WAGES NOT GOING UP AS QUICK AS INFLATION

Inflation is expected to hit at least 6 percent by April according to Bank of England forecasts. ONS figures, meanwhile, show that...

EQUALITY FUND LAUNCHED FOR SCOTTISH WORKPLACES

Organisations can apply for up to £75,000 in each year of the fund to carry out activities that will help to improve diversity in the...

 
 
 

STAFF SHORTAGES TO CONTINUE WELL BEYOND 2022

A study finds that recruitment consultancies across the UK have seen higher pay for starting salaries and a rise in recruitment during...

FLEXIBLE WORKING COULD ADD £55BN TO THE UK ECONOMY

Flexible working can refer to working patterns, workload or time spent in the workplace, and will benefit to the UK economy says a...

 
 
 



Rafael Nadal explains why he called trainer during Denis Shapovalov...

Rafael Nadal explains why he called trainer during Denis Shapovalov Australian Open win

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NICOLA STURGEON is facing mounting pressure to ditch face masks, as almost all restrictions in England are scrapped. Read more ...

THREE building societies finally pass on some of the base rate rise to savers

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Three of Britain's biggest mutuals are finally set to increase the interest rates on a number of savings deals, following last month's Bank of England base rate rise. Read more ...

Oldham and Sheridan together in last-chance saloon again

Oldham and Sheridan together in last-chance saloon again

If familiarity breeds contempt, nobody passed that memo to John Sheridan and Oldham Athletic, who are set to embark on a fourth permanent and sixth overall tenure together as... Read more ...

Jeremy Clarkson's girlfriend Lisa Hogan models DIddly Squat merchandise

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Jeremy Clarkson was forced to close his Oxfordshire Diddly Squat farm shop for two months after the local council demanded its roof was replaced. Read more ...