Since 1st July, it has been possible for employees to move to a flexible furloughing arrangement in which they can work under any part-time arrangement and be paid their normal wage for working hours. This article outlines the salient points of the next phase of the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme.
This year decisions over granting holiday have the potential to create conflict and possibly legal issues, even in a normally harmonious workplace. This article briefly outlines the implications for employers and employees, including furloughed staff.
Health worries coupled with the stresses and strains of lockdown can have serious implications for mental health. This article highlights the importance of safeguarding employee mental health and how many businesses are finding innovative ways of looking after the mental wellbeing of staff.
Insurance is an industry based on personal relationships and face-to-face meetings, how has the sector adapted to the changes imposed during the coronavirus crisis? Download this article to find out more.
For the insurance industry the speed of change is arguably greatest within the claims function. This blog sheds light on what the claims department of the future will look like, how existing roles are changing, and the skills challenges and opportunities within the insurance industry.
As businesses move to reopen, resuming direct contact with customers and between employees, risks are exacerbated for both employees and customers. This article focuses on how businesses can evaluate and manage operational risks associated with Covid-19, including the risks to workers and customers.
Many employers are considering how they will bring back their employees from a period of furlough leave or a return to the workplace after a lengthy period of home working. This content provides advice on how employers can positively engage with employees as part of a return to work programme.
An organisation’s success with automation fundamentally relies upon the ability to balance the needs of its human workforce with the operational benefits of a digital workforce. Designed for business leaders, this guide focuses on how to prepare your workforce for automation.
In this article, Annabel Jamieson, manager - cyber defence at Accenture, and James Tuplin, head of cyber and TMT at AXA XL, discuss the results of the latest Accenture/AXA XL cyber threat intelligence analysis and how all businesses can apply adaptive security to be more cyber resilient.
The relaxation of stay-at-home orders and work restrictions will result in additional cybersecurity concerns which arise from the rapid reintegration of remote workers returning to the office. Produced by AXA XL, this content focuses on the cybersecurity risks to consider when the workforce returns.