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West Ham United awarded the Menopause Friendly Accreditation

West Ham United has become the first Premier League Club to receive The Menopause Friendly Accreditation, in recognition of its high standards and proven practices that embrace menopause in the workplace. The Menopause Friendly Accreditation is industry-recognised and considered by many as a prominent mark of excellence for menopause in the workplace.

Contributor: Katherine Selby, Henpicked - Menopause in the Workplace | Published: 8 March 2023

Gender pay gap in management consultancy growing

Despite the increase in the number of women consulting, the latest data by Comatch shows that the gender pay gap amongst independent management consultants in the UK has increased to 13% - with women earning on average £122 per day less than their male peers.

Contributor: Charlotte Gregson, Country Head UK - Malt | Published: 7 March 2023

Diversity is improving due to remote talent hires

More than a third of UK respondents (34%) are only hiring remote workers within their domestic market. This not only narrows their pool of available talent and limits their ability to diversify, but it also restricts large parts of the globe from access to opportunities for their career and development. 

Contributor: Ilona Mosejeva - for Remote | Published: 6 March 2023

Financial wellbeing strategies are key to engagement and productiity

Financial wellbeing support is integral to employers being able to meet their high-level HR objectives, according to research by The Reward & Employee Benefits Association (REBA) in association with WEALTH at work.

Contributor: Jonathan Watts-Lay, Director - WEALTH at work | Published: 6 March 2023

Highest number of skilled worker isa’ UK searches recorded

New research from reveals that on 1st February 2023, UK searches for 'skilled worker visa' - the type of visa required for employers to recruit non-UK resident workers - hit its highest level ever just after the three year anniversary of the implementation of Brexit.

Contributor: Helena Young - Startups | Published: 5 March 2023

HR must leverage tech to plug the gaps

• Applaud’s, the leading employee experience (EX) platform, new 2023 Digital Employee Experience Trend Report explores the different trends HR leaders are expecting to see this coming year • The report showed major improvements in the way HR was perceived, as 53% of companies said that HR technology has positively transformed the way that their workforce views the company

Contributor: Ivan Harding, Co-Founder and CEO - Applaud | Published: 5 March 2023

Is flexible working reducing spiking burnout?

Future Forum, a research consortium launched by Slack on the future of work, has released its latest global study of over 10,000 knowledge workers, revealing that burnout cases have spiked to their highest levels since 2021.

Contributor: Brian Elliott, Executive Leader - Future Forum | Published: 4 March 2023

Lack of communication is causing benefits to fall short

highlights that communication breakdown has led to employees being unaware or misinformed about their benefits package; 28% said their company did not offer benefits or weren’t sure if they did. • In addition, 37% of employees are not taking advantage of the benefits available to them due to a lack of compatibility with their needs.

Contributor: Burcin Ressamoglu, CEO - Sodexo Engage | Published: 4 March 2023