What does a reduction in remote roles mean for employers?

Recent figures show a drop in the number of fully remote roles advertised to candidates. If organisations are toying with the idea of shifting their hybrid or remote arrangements to more in-office... Read more »

Menopause and sustainability inform HSBC’s uniform designs

HSBC has revealed new ‘casual-style’ uniforms for its 4,000 branch staff. Jumpsuits (pictured below) and menopause-friendly garments for women, tunics, hijabs, chinos and jeans all feature in the range of new clothing.... Read more »

Workplace couture prompts awkward questions

What to wear!? A law firm wants its employees to be ‘wildly fabulous’ and dress to impress at work, while HSBC has followed Virgin Atlantic and BA with new casual uniforms for... Read more »

Hybrid working and tax: what employers need to know

The now-defunct Office for Tax Simplification recently highlighted the need for tax policy to be aligned with modern working practices, including hybrid and remote working from overseas. Susan Ball looks at what... Read more »

White paper: Managing sickness absence in the hybrid workplace

With hybrid working now firmly embedded in many workplaces, research from Personnel Today and Cezanne HR finds many employers have not updated their absence policies to reflect new working practices, which could... Read more »

Businesses warned not to ditch hybrid working

Many large employers are considering enforcing return-to-office policies this year, according to research from business consultancy Gartner. But although many leaders feel that a return to the office is the only way... Read more »

Nursing degree applications fall 19%

Patient care will ‘continue to suffer’, according to the Royal College of Nursing, as the number of people applying for degrees in nursing across the UK fell by 19%. New figures from... Read more »

Driving performance and capability through L&D (webinar)

Wednesday 1 March 2023, 2:00pm GMT As organisations grapple with talent attraction in the wake of the pandemic, HR functions increasingly need to invest in the development of their teams. Learning and... Read more »

Frisky = risky. Some Valentine’s Day advice for employers

Valentine’s Day is here and HR staff are on red alert for signs of smooching – or are they? Judging by emails received by Personnel Today from eager PR operatives, there are... Read more »

RMT rejects ‘dreadful’ pay offers in rail dispute

The RMT has rejected the latest pay offers from Network Rail and the train operating companies in the ongoing dispute over pay, job security or working conditions. The Rail Delivery Group (RDG),... Read more »
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