‘The pandemic opened up remote working possibilities for workers globally. Global workers view a flexible schedule or remote option as their top quality and ideal employer, followed by good pay and benefits’.
Emburse: ‘Given the sharp increase in the cost of living, businesses should consider how they can support staff by reducing the financial burden of attending the office in-person’.
CIPD: ‘With the pandemic accelerating new ways of working it’s important to come together so we can share and understand the challenges organisations are facing, as well as solutions to help build better work and working lives for all.’
Totaljobs: ‘While employers are making good strides in offering wellbeing initiatives, skills shortages mean that many workers will continue to feel the pressure of empty seats in their teams’.
Aviva: ‘Sustainability is very much on the radar for businesses large and small and it is positive news that so many UK people are bringing green thinking into their working routines, as well as their personal lives’.
Lloyds Bank: ‘The UK’s expected future growth is in positive territory following February’s rise in business confidence, trading prospects and economic optimism’.
CIPD: ‘Today’s figures show that employers will have to work even harder in 2022 to both find and keep staff as vacancies remain at record levels and more workers take advantage of a job-seeker friendly market to find a new and better job’.
Talent.com: ‘At a time when skills shortages have reached a critical point across the UK, many hiring managers in the hospitality sector are pumping investment into recruitment activity in the hope that this will be enough to give them an edge over the competition’.