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The Government has published a consultation setting out plans for a new employment status called an ‘employee owner’. The move follows the Chancellor’s announcement on 8th October and will provide companies with a new option to increase the flexibility of how they hire people and help their companies grow.

Aviva’s annual Health of the Workplace report has revealed that companies are already starting to see a change in their workforce demographics, prompting fears that ageing workforce health issues will affect their company.

Many single parents are being forced to take on junior jobs that offer more flexible hours and proximity to home, a new report from single parent charity Gingerbread has found. Lack of flexible jobs, and unaffordable and unavailable childcare, are still proving to be the biggest barriers to single parents seeking work that matches their skills.

As legislation is passed in some US states to prevent employers asking for people’s passwords, a recent UK survey has shown that people in the UK are not willing to give potential employers their Facebook passwords.

Workplace inequalities have increased significantly across Europe as a result of the global economic crisis, and will continue to do so as more and more countries introduce austerity measures and labour reforms, according to a new study published by the International Labour Office (ILO).

Recent research by the National Association of Pension Funds (NAPF) has shown that a third of successful job seekers accepted a new job without knowing anything about the associated pension provision. Around 25% turned up for work on their first day still unaware of whether a pension was available, and 6% signed an employment contract without any knowledge of the pension provision.

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