A positive work-life balance is proving increasingly important to employees across the world as perks and benefits prove vital, even leading to people relocating or switching industries as a result. Acuity Training has researched which countries are offering the best perks, promoting the idea of a positive work-life balance, examining factors such as holidays and […]
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Hybrid working could bring nearly 4 million people “locked out” from work such as parents, carers and disabled people into the workforce and enable part-time workers to work more hours adding £48.3bn to the UK economy each year, according to a major new study by Virgin Media O2 Business and the Centre for Economics and Business Research (Cebr).
Following the news that staff in the UK are set to gain the right to request flexible working from the first day in a job, Philip Richardson, partner and head of employment law at Stephensons Solicitors LLP has provided the below legal comment:
In response to the news that Deloitte will allow staff to work from home forever, adding to the long list of organisations that have also already made this commitment, please see below expert comment from Sridhar Iyengar, MD, Zoho Europe on what this means for business productivity, protocols and new initiatives, with advice on how to deal with such a drastic long-term change.
In response to the proposed law change to make it impossible for employers to force workers back into the office, please see a follow up response comment from business and tech expert Sridhar Iyengar, MD for Zoho.
“Technology has played a crucial role in keeping businesses operational during the pandemic, but this new working from home culture has led to an increase in out of hours working for some and this needs attention.