Author: CluerHR

Mental health issues can affect one in four people at some point in their lives and have a significant impact on their well-being. There are many types of mental health issues, including stress, which can be work-related, depression and anxiety. As you may be aware, employers have...

Saturday 2 April 2022 was the beginning of Ramadan, the holy month of the Islamic calendar in which Muslims often commit to a period of fasting between sunrise and sunset. You might have staff working in the office, at home, or from another location, so it’s...

Social networking platforms may be fun and can keep us connected (especially during recent times). They may also be used as effective company marketing tools. However, businesses should be aware that social media may be a legal quagmire despite these advantages. As a result, we...

Returning to work after the COVID-19 lockdown is lifted can be nerve-wracking for many healthcare professionals. Employers in England now have more leeway in deciding where it is safe for their staff to work as lockout requirements are relaxed. As a result, several firms have requested...

The benefits of a shorter workweek have been argued for many years, and it appears that more companies are now willing to take the risk as the Covid-19 pandemic begins to transform global working for the better. Around 30 UK businesses are taking part in a...

This week is National Apprenticeship Week, this event highlights and celebrates how apprentices are reshaping the world of education and employment, addressing labor challenges, and creating thousands of life-changing opportunities for people at every stage of their careers. What is an apprenticeship? An apprenticeship is a job...

A sign-on bonus is a financial award offered by a company to a prospective employee as an incentive to join their company. A sign-on bonus or hiring bonus takes the form of a one-time payment provided when you sign on to a new role. The pandemic supercharged...

Many women who feel they have been discriminated against in the workplace, on the grounds of ageing and menopause, are seeking legal action in much higher numbers. Researchers have noted that growing numbers of women have taken their employers to court, citing menopause as unfair dismissal...