The government has published the proposed statutory rates for maternity pay, paternity pay, shared parental pay, adoption pay, parental bereavement pay and sick pay from April 2022.
Refusals to accommodate flexible working requests are costing businesses almost £2bn a year, one of the first reports to quantify the economic benefits of flexible work has revealed.
Employees will be entitled to request flexible working from the first day of their job under government proposals revealed today, while carers will receive the right to a week's unpaid leave.
Guidance on what employers should consider when developing and improving whistleblowing management protocols has been published by international standards body BSI.
The Government will review whistleblowing protections amid a surge in employees who claim they were dismissed for speaking up about COVID-19 related issues.
The government has published the proposed statutory rates for maternity pay, paternity pay, shared parental pay, adoption pay, parental bereavement pay and sick pay from April 2021.
Four in five jobs still do not advertise flexible working options despite the huge shift to home working during the pandemic, according to research by Timewise.
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