Employees

Employers face stricter rules over workers’ rights

Government announces plans to modernise flexible workers’ rights.

How to provide employee bonuses

Motivate and retain employees with rewards at work.

Earlier start appeals to 1 in 4 workers

Research shows working 9am-5pm is no longer desirable.

Gender pay gap won’t close until 2117

Campaign group warns of stalled progress to attain equality.

Working carers seek further support

4 in 5 working carers leave work early to care for loved ones.

Gender pay gap widens for managers

The average male manager earns £11,606 a year more than their female counterparts.

Workers dislike the nine-to-five day

Study reveals flexible working patterns appeal to 87% of adults.

Flexible working set to increase

Almost two thirds of private sector employers think flexible working will increase over the next 5 years.

Millennials drive workplace pension participation

78% of eligible employees participated in a workplace pension scheme in 2016, according to the Department for Work & Pensions.

Workers missing out on pension top-up

More than 3 million people could be missing out on a pension top-up from their employer.

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