Employee Relations

  • Mar- 2021 -
    9 March

    TUC and aviation industry calls on gov for support

    TUC, aviation unions, Heathrow Airport and Swissport have all called on the government to work with the aviation industry and…

    Read More »
  • 8 March

    Deloitte diversity head steps down amid bullying accusations

    Deloitte has announced that Dimple Agarwal, deputy chief executive and head of people and purpose, has stepped down with immediate…

    Read More »
  • 5 March

    British Gas strike goes ahead as engineers reject offer

    British Gas engineers will walk out for their 27th day of strike action today after they overwhelmingly rejected a revised…

    Read More »
  • 5 March

    MPs call on Boohoo to link bonuses to workers’ rights

    Boohoo’s chairman, Mahmud Kamani has once again been called on by MPs to improve working conditions for its employees and operate in…

    Read More »
  • 4 March

    Sainsbury’s new restructuring plan places 1,150 jobs at risk

    Sainsbury’s has begun a restructuring process that will see 500 head office roles cut and a further 650 jobs placed…

    Read More »
  • 3 March

    Three-quarters of accounting industry hit by skills shortage

    Around three-quarters (74%) of businesses within the accounting sector are “feeling the strain” from a lack of skilled workers, according…

    Read More »
  • 2 March

    CIPD urges gov to reform apprenticeship levy

    The CIPD is urging the government to announce it will reform the apprenticeship levy in its upcoming budget, adding that…

    Read More »
  • Feb- 2021 -
    25 February

    Asda’s new business plan puts 5,000 jobs at risk

    Asda has announced it will transform parts of its business to focus more on online, putting 5,000 jobs at risk.…

    Read More »
  • 23 February

    Young people account for 58% of payroll jobs lost last year

    Young people (16-24 year-olds) account for six in 10 (58%) of the payroll jobs lost over the last year, according…

    Read More »
  • 23 February

    Quarter of workers would resign if flexible working is revoked

    One in four workers said they would resign from their job if flexible working policies are revoked, according to a…

    Read More »
Back to top button

Adblock Detected

To view our content you will need to disabled your ad-blocker. Serving adverts is fundamental to the business model of publishers and without them we would not have the funding to pay journalists to write.