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The duty to make reasonable adjustments for disabled workers requires employers to consider what is “reasonable”. But how can employers... The post Duty to make reasonable adjustments: five tips from case law appeared first on Personnel Today.
Over half of workers with mental health issues believe there is inadequate support. There is a desire for wellness initiatives (45%), flexible working (40%), clearer policies (35%) and more open discussions about mental health (34%). People with mental health issues are twice as unhappy at work as those without. Discrimination in the workplace double for ... View Article The post Employees with mental health issues face still face discrimination appeared first on the HRDirector.
It's promising to hear OFSTED say in its annual report today that there were some signs of improvement in the quality of apprenticeships although clearly there is a lot more to do. Commentary from Kirstie Donnelly, Managing Director, City & Guilds. The focus should be on improving quality now and on targets later. It's also ... View Article The post Ofsted report acknowledges improvements in apprenticeships appeared first on the HRDirector.
A report amongst over 500 cross sector HR managers, proves silo working is one of the biggest hindrances to an organisation's impact – both in terms of innovation and its wider social purpose. As a result, the report calls for a shift in focus, from traditional leadership training, which only 22 percent of HR managers ... View Article The post Employee training programmes are perpetuating silo working appeared first on the HRDirector.
The Christmas season is not a joyful time in the workplace as 1 in 7 British workers will argue with colleagues over the Christmas shift pattern, according to retail experts Cotton Traders. Almost half of Britain will be working over the festive period, with a huge 55% of workers having no say in the matter. ... View Article The post The workplace nightmare before Christmas appeared first on the HRDirector.