Autumn Budget 2021

Autumn Budget

Autumn Budget 2021 The Chancellor of the Exchequer announced the contents of the 2021 autumn budget in the House of Commons on the 27th October 2021. The budget set out the government’s plan for taxation and spending for the upcoming year. Rishi Sunak said the plans were focused on a “post-Covid era” and would pave… Continue reading


Covid-19 Inspires New Safety Standards for Remote Workers


The European Commission has announced its intentions to review and update EU rules on workplace safety in light of the covid-19 pandemic. The aim behind the review is to better reflect the fact that millions of people are now remote working. Mental Health At Work The commission said it will look at a range of… Continue reading


UK Employees Nervous to Discuss Mental Health at Work

discussing mental health

Employees are becoming increasingly fearful of discussing mental health in the workplace. This is despite investment into mental health first aid within organisations. What are the mental health statistics? Nearly half of all UK employees fear being honest in the workplace about any mental health issues they may have. A recent poll by MHR of… Continue reading


11 Reasons to Hire a (Under) Graduate Student

Graduate student

11 Reasons to Hire a (Under) Graduate Student In this article, our Senior HR advisor, Daniel Williams, discusses why employers should look at hiring graduate and undergraduate students.   The country’s biggest graduate and undergraduate schemes are reaching the end of their admissions window and as deadlines approach for those looking to start this year,… Continue reading


CIPD push for ethnicity pay gap reports to become compulsory

Ethnicity pay gap

CIPD push for ethnicity pay gap reports to become compulsory   An analysis has found that only 13 of the FTSE 100 currently report their ethnicity pay gap voluntarily. This low minority has encouraged a call for mandatory ethnicity pay gap reporting to be introduced in the next 2 years. The CIPD Call Upon Government… Continue reading