When you’re working from home during a global pandemic, there appear to be endless opportunities to lose your cool.
What are your rights when it comes to working from home — and will we enshrine the right to work remotely in law in the future?
It often feels like the working day never ends, particularly when you’re working from home — so should we have the right to disconnect?
Two thirds of workers are rethinking their career choices, according to new research. Here's what to consider if you're thinking of changing jobs due to the COVID-19 crisis.
The fact that an employee or worker has been placed on furlough does not impact on their statutory rights.
There may be anxieties about returning to work, so what can employers do to make the transition back to work a little easier?
As lockdown restrictions gradually begin to lift, many people are suggesting a mass move to working from home may continue to help the planet.
Everything has been thrown into disarray and we have been forced to re-evaluate what is important to us, including our work.
It’s unlikely to be business as usual for a while so employers will need to have plans in place to help staff get back to normal after the coronavirus lockdown.
If you are a university student fast approaching graduation this summer, here are some tips for how you can approach the next few months.