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In a bid to encourage employers and employees to embrace the concept of home-working, the government has introduced changes to the flexible working legislation.
The new legislation that was introduced at the end of June, advocated that any employee who has worked for an establishment for a minimum of 26 weeks is eligible for flexible working hours.
The boom in flexible working has catalysed among the office-type occupations, however it can present some hurdles between employers and …Read more
Today we celebrate a huge 24 years of trading. We have continued to strengthen our title as leaders within the market through organic growth and unparalleled business determination. In almost a quarter of a century we have built strong connections with our customers through our innovation and fortitude.
We are once again evolving to ensure our relevance and importance to our customers. As part of our latest business strategy to ensure greater growth and opportunity; we will be uniting …Read more
In light of a recent revelation where physiotherapists have warned that firms are risking the overall health of their business workforce by not encouraging better working habits, employers have been urged to promote active lunch breaks for staff.
A study by The Chartered Society of Physiotherapy (CSP) found that one in five employees work through their lunch each day. They also found that in doing so it made employees less active and therefore more likely to suffer ill health.
Chief executive …Read more
Although the latest official UK employment figures have been gradually falling over the last year, according to a new study even a full economic recovery will fail to eradicate the UK’s “structural youth unemployment”.
The report from the think tank IPPR argues that youth unemployment is lower in countries where the vocational route into employment through formal education and training is as clear as the academic route.
The report goes on to advocate that the quality of …Read more