At a time when half of large businesses in the UK report difficulties in recruiting, it’s important that companies factor how people want to work into their workforce planning if they want to attract and retain top talent in the years ahead.
Published: 27 March 2019
A survey by Bidvine last year found the top priorities for workers in 2018 included travel and getting a promotion or pay rise, followed by the resolution to improve mental health. In 2019 a YouGov survey revealed much of the same, with people looking to eat better, exercise more, care for themselves better, learn new skills and get a new job.
Published: 28 January 2019
Employers for Carers and Women’s Business Council encourage more flexible working to support carers in employment. Reacting to new research produced by Carers Week*, Employers for Carers today joined forces with the Women’s Business Council to encourage more flexible working to support people with unpaid caring responsibilities for older, disabled or ill relatives and friends.
Published: 12 June 2015
15% of the UK population will need to care for an elderly or disabled relative at some time
Published: 26 January 2015
Look at any statistics and read a myriad reports on the subject and one thing is abundantly clear the number of employees with caring responsibilities is set to grow higher.
Published: 17 March 2014