Only half of UK employees consider their organisations to be effective at creating a positive work environment, and only two-fifths (42%) consider their employer to be effective at creating meaningful work.
Stephen Hawking famously warned that the development of full artificial intelligence (AI) could spell the end of the human race but a new report suggests that its impact on the workplace has been sometimes overstated.
Full-time employees in the UK work two and a half weeks more a year than the EU average, TUC analysis of recent Eurostat data has revealed, meaning that, if not the hardest working in Europe, they certainly put in the most hours.
Costing the economy £61 billion, three-quarters of ill-health related absence and presenteeism in 2018 could have been prevented as it is due to factors which can be influenced and addressed through health and productivity management strategies.
Northumbria Police has decided to oppose the decision of an appeal tribunal to overturn the dismissal of a constable who was sacked after colleagues overheard her making racist insults while off-duty on a work night out.