While several pundits had begun to predict a Conservative victory, the size of the majority gained by Boris Johnson came as a surprise to most, as his party swept up dozens of constituencies that had been Labour safe seats for many years.
Having interviewed a representative sample of 2101 employers in the UK, the ManpowerGroup’s Employment Outlook Survey for the first quarter 2020 (Q1) shows that they are reporting their weakest hiring confidence in seven years.
Hoping that he will soon have the chance to put his plans into action, Boris Johnson has given a little more detail of how he intends to fulfil the Brexit promise of taking back control of the UK’s borders.
Only half of permanent employees (51%) think they are paid fairly and even fewer (34%) think that equitable arrangements apply to everyone in their organisation according to a new report from the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD).
“The silence must be broken and the misunderstanding that domestic abuse is not a workplace issue due to the myth that it only happens at home need to be dispelled. Three-quarters of those affected by domestic abuse are targeted at work.”