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How to support employees with eating disorders

RedArc, the nurse-led wellbeing service, is warning employers to be aware of a potential rise in the number of employees with new or recurring eating disorders, as staff return to the workplace.

Contributor: Christine Husbands, MD - Redarc | Published: 25 February 2022

A third of businesses plan to scrap self-isolation for workers

New poll by HR software provider CIPHR suggests that less than half (48%) of British employers are planning to keep staff with Covid at home once remaining legal restrictions are lifted

Contributor: Emma-Louise Jones - CIPHR | Published: 24 February 2022

C-Suites suffering decision-making paralysis post-pandemic

Half (48%) of UK C-suite leaders now feel less confident making business-critical decisions compared to before the pandemic, according to the latest research commissioned by enterprise customer data platform, Treasure Data.

Contributor: Andrew Stephenson - Treasure Data | Published: 4 February 2022

Can employees be forced to work if they are showing Covid symptoms?

Picture this: You have a very small team, and half your workforce is isolating. You simply don't have the manpower to operate, and it looks like you'll be forced to halt production. Can you expect your employees to come in, despite showing COVID symptoms?

Contributor: Kate Palmer - Peninsula UK | Published: 26 January 2022

How to make your office return safe

With the recent news that Boris Johnson has dropped the work from home guidance with immediate effect, offices across the UK are now back open for business. But many workers may find it daunting to be back in a different territory after a long time remote working, with searches for ‘can I refuse to go back to the office’ up by +767%/

Contributor: Olivia Wigg - The Compensation Experts | Published: 21 January 2022

Employee concerns over sick pay are rising

Omicron is continuing to cause issues for employers as more and more staff report needing to isolate.

Contributor: Kate Palmer, HR Consultancy Director - Peninsula | Published: 13 January 2022