Updated to include a reference to the Government's announcement that it will consider creating a duty for employers to see whether or not a job can be done flexibly.
Almost half (46%) of employees feel under pressure to demonstrate they are actually working while working from home, research by remote working platform LogMeIn has found.
The TUC claims employees could work shorter weeks on higher rates of pay if we make the most of new technologies such as artificial intelligence, automation and robotics.
Only 6% of employees are working the traditional hours of 9 to 5 according to a new poll carried out by YouGov - findings supported by a Sage Business Cloud study - while just 14% of employees would opt for those hours.
XpertHR's latest research looks at employers' flexible working policies, examines the key trends in flexible working arrangements and presents the benefits and challenges of putting such provisions into practice.
The government has committed to exploring the case for five days' statutory paid leave for carers, but has been criticised for "barely paying lip service" to other recommendations made to help improve working carers' lives.
It was just a slip, albeit an absurd one, but the new foreign secretary's gaffe in China this week sheds light on an often ignored but vital aspect of international business - cross-cultural understanding, writes Matthew MacLachlan of Learnlight.
Posting employees globally offers them invaluable experience and breaks down borders in organisations. But how can employers keep up with such a dynamic global market? Professor Michael Dickmann, professor of International Human Resource Management at Cranfield University, explains.
As emergency timetable revisions and signalling problems continue to cause chaos for rail commuters, Nicholas Le Riche and Zoe MacQueen at Bircham Dyson Bell discuss how employers can deal with issues caused by major travel disruption.
Landlines are set to be consigned to history at PwC later this year, as the accountancy giant switches its 18,000 UK staff entirely to mobile networks.
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