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Goldman Sachs has sent a memo to staff ordering them to report their Covid-19 vaccination status, ahead of a return to the office. The bank gave its United States employees a deadline of noon on Thursday to declare whether or not they have been vaccinated against Covid-19. In a memo first reported in The New [...]
Employers plan a huge recruitment drive, fuelled by the easing of lockdown restrictions, according to a new report out this morning.
US non-farm payrolls once again demonstrated their ability to move markets.
The number of age discrimination complaints to employment tribunals increased by 74 per cent in the last year, according to new research shared with City A.M. today. Based on tribunal statistics data from the Ministry of Justice, digital community Rest Less found that the number of receipts under the jurisdiction of age discrimination in employment [...]
Economic optimsim across the UK has reached its highest level in five year, but for some London businesses the reopening enthusiasm has waned.
Sunday Times Rich List: Record 171 billionaires in the UK, so who came out top?
As businesses are gradually planning for a ‘new normal’ post-Covid, this is likely to impact recruitment decisions over the next 12 months. The vast majority of companies – namely 90 percent – that was surveyed by expenses firm Expense On Demand indicated that they are likely to replace staff who were unable or struggled to [...]
A rail union has called out West Midlands Trains for emailing 2,500 employees with the empty promise of a pandemic bonus as part of a cybersecurity test. In the email staff were thanked for their efforts under the “huge strain” of the pandemic and that managing director, Julian Edwards, wanted to thank them with a one-off [...]
Four in five furloughed Brits are considering applying for jobs they are overqualified for if they cannot return to their existing employment. Some 62 per cent of respondents feared they would not have a job to return to after furlough, according to new research by consultancy firm NTT DATA UK, shared with City A.M. this [...]
Former KBR employee David Barrow has been awarded more than £2.5m after his employer’s decision to dismiss him for discriminatory reasons. Barrow, 64, won his claims for unfair dismissal, harassment and unfavourable treatment after he was let go from KBR, a Texas-based engineering and infrastructure company. The decision was made at a London employment tribunal. [...]
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