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    Over half of UK businesses not offering menopause support for employees

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    54% of UK businesses do not currently have any dedicated menopause support in place within their organisation, such as practical or emotional support for employees to help them manage their symptoms and quality of life. However, research from Peppy also revealed that menopause support is gaining momentum: an additional 21% of employers plan to provide support […]

    Is your business comms setup costing you time and money?

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    More than half of UK businesses could be losing time and money by failing to adopt a consolidated approach to business communications, according to a new survey conducted by smart IP communications provider Fuse 2 Communications. The survey of more than 500 employers and employees found that 52% of businesses are currently relying on separate […]

    Hybrid working: Staff feel more trusted and motivated

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    New research from Kadence (formerly Chargifi) has revealed that after a year of flexible working, almost two-thirds of US and UK office workers (62%) now feel more trusted to do their job effectively. Of those workers, half also feel more motivated to do a better quality job (51%) and go the extra mile (48%) thanks […]

    Two thirds of Brits are stuck in a ‘Groundhog Day’ existence, say boffins

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    Millions of adults have such repetitive days that 63 per cent frequently have to ask what day it is, with 51 per cent saying this is because their days are so similar. A third of the 2,000 adults polled said they have felt like they’ve been on autopilot when doing something familiar. With two in […]

    Are you being subjected to the ‘mother tax’?

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    Even though the gender pay gap among full-time employees fell from 9.0% in 2019 to 7.4% in 2020, there is still a 20% salary difference between working fathers and mothers. With this in mind, Bionic, the business comparison experts, wanted to find out where across the UK has the biggest pay disparity. Scotland and Wales […]

    Male employees not accessing mental health support: Latest figures show twice as many women than men asking for help

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    Women in the workplace are twice as likely as their male colleagues to ask for help with emotional wellbeing, according to the very latest figures provided by Towergate Health & Protection. While data shows that women are generally more likely to suffer from mental health conditions and are more likely to have suicidal thoughts, men […]

    Does your work computer give you the rage? You’re not alone…

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    Most remote workers are so fed up with their faulty work laptops that they would rather throw them out the window. A survey of 2,000 employed Americans found more than half (58%) describe their work devices as awful to work on — and two in three want to toss their devices out of frustration because […]

    British workers ‘likely to underestimate’ their employer’s gender pay gap

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    Despite most British workers (96%) agreeing that the UK has a gender pay gap, as many as 57% don’t believe there are any gender pay disparities in their own workplaces, new research finds. HR software provider CIPHR polled 1,000 UK employees, the majority of which work at medium- or large-sized companies, to find out more […]

    UK workers ‘feel 81% safe in their workplace’

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    With many office workers adapted to working from home for over a year, returning to the office is like stepping back into unfamiliar territory and is bound to make you feel uneasy if safety isn’t taken seriously. The Compensation Experts have revealed the attitudes towards safety in the workplace now that more workers are returning […]

    Report highlights disparities in employee financial wellbeing

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    A report from financial wellbeing platform Nudge Global exposes the urgent need for UK employers to better support their employees in building financial acumen to improve employee mental wellbeing, drive financial inclusion, and support social mobility. The research finds that only 9% of UK employees learnt how to manage their money whilst at school, so […]