Sexual harassment isn’t as straight-forward a topic as we’d like. There are numerous avenues to explore – we unveiled that its very definition changed depending on gender as well as age – such as the situation not always involving a man abusing a woman.
Author Shané Schutte
We asked those from the corporate world for their favourite examples of social media done right – and the lessons that can be gleaned from them.
There seems to be a difference in perception as to what constitutes to sexual harassment both between men and women and across the generations.
Finance bosses may be confident about current retention and recruitment strategies, but that hasn’t prevented them from being victim to the dreaded skills gap.
We take a look at why UK companies have signed up to the voluntary Living Wage rate – and the benefits resultant of this decision.
There have been calls for law regarding gig economy workers to be further clarified, especially after Uber lost its appeal against two drivers – and the potential IR35 changes that await in chancellor Philip Hammond’s next Budget.
While there is no easy way to fix the difference in wage levels, recent Adzuna research indicated certain regions were far from closing the gender pay gulf in comparison to others.
Europol’s director, Robin Wainwright, took to the stage at the Lisbon Web Summit, and had some ominous words for the audience: law enforcement agencies were seeing 4,000 ransom attacks a day – and the number would soon rise.
The day in which women stop being paid – ironically termed Equal Pay Day – is just around the corner. It will undoubtedly flag ways in which employers can drive progress, but the key role corporate culture can play cannot be ignored.
While flexible working is increasingly being embraced by employers, home WiFi struggles are sending people back into the office. Research has made it clear, however, that there are five specific factors hampering your connection – all of which could be remedied without the help of your provider.
The Living Wage is a voluntary rate independently calculated from the National Living Wage, comprising what campaign creator Living Wage Foundation deems as the real cost of UK life. And with inflation putting pressure on households, the rate has increased once more.
Staff are a precious asset, but they can also cause the biggest problems, which is the centre of the insider threat debate. Consider, however, that leaked data is not always the result of vindictive behaviour.