Slack water: Employers beware the shifting tide of…

There is a cross-departmental sea-change within public policy that means government has increasing expectations of employers regarding the welfare of their staff, according to GRiD, the industry body for the group risk protection sector. Katharine…

AON: Too few employers focus on key health…

New research from Aon, a leading global professional services firm providing a broad range of risk, retirement and health solutions (NYSE: AON), shows that despite mental health being the most common health condition for employers…

The Brexit Effect: What would a no deal…

With the deadline for Britain’s exit from the EU looming and no plan in place, there is still a chance the UK could leave with no deal. Stuart Price, Partner and Actuary at Quantum Advisory,…

9000 jobs at risk as Tesco confirms cuts

Tesco has this week confirmed that up to 9,000 staff jobs could be axed as the company closes fresh food counters and downsizes operations at its head office. The retailer controls more than a quarter of…

GRid Research finds less than 20% of employers…

New research from Group Risk Development (GRiD), the industry body for the group risk protection sector, reveals that employers are doing little to promote wellbeing among their workforce. When asked what employers are doing to improve…

Why addressing tech sector diversity could close the…

Zoe Moris, Chief Operating officer, Pearson Frank, discusses why gender imbalances are contributing to the skills gap in the tech sector Despite businesses searching for positive solutions, gender diversity and the technical skills gap both…

A quarter of Brits resolve to switch off…

Spending less time on social media, listening more and talking less and reading more books have topped a list of ‘modern’ New Year’s resolutions, according to a new study. Researchers polled the nation to uncover…