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More redundancies and pay freezes on cards for 2023

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The cost of living crisis is hitting employers too. To combat the sharply rising costs many are forced to make redundancies in 2023, according to research from employment law and HR consultancy firm WorkNest. The research showed more than two fifths (44%) of employers could be looking at restructuring or redundancies to cut costs in […]

43% of UK business owners ‘not confident’ in making redundancies in line with the law

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43% of UK business owners are not confident they could make redundancies in line with the law, according to a survey carried out by BrightHR. With a third of UK organisations expected to cut jobs in the next quarter of 2020, according to the latest Labour Market Outlook, the firm says its results are a […]

Top challenges for return to work: Adequate safety measures and fearful employees

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Over a third (36%) of UK businesses believe that implementing new health and safety measures in accordance with the Government’s recently published guidelines are the biggest challenge they face as lockdown eases and they attempt to return to the workplace, according to new research conducted by law firm Winckworth Sherwood. This was closely mirrored (29%) […]