Find out about the services Money Advice Scotland are providing in response to the financial impact of Covid-19
Tutor led Zoom session on 5 August at 10am or 2pm on well-being while working from home,
The number of employees regularly working from home is likely to double, rising from 18% before the pandemic to 37%, according to research by the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD).
Read Sir Brendan Barber's policy paper which looks at how employers can build back better working conditions after the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic by creating a new workplace contract based on compassion, trust and equality.
The TUC believe that the social and economic impacts of the pandemic have disproportionately affected women, especially when it comes to childcare and it's costing some women their jobs. Read more about it here.
Could Covid-19 wipe out the gains in equality for women in work?
Do you think the use of technology is sometimes unfair, discriminatory and unsafe, or is it of benefit to you? The TUC want to hear from you.
New ACAS annual report reveals record demand for its services due to coronavirus ...
Find out how you can read and participate in a study of Covid 19 and Contact Centre workers
Update on holiday cover in Aegis
Check out our courses for July and August
training session under the Mental Health Wellbeing series of webinars
We are running empower sessions to help you work from home
Organise 2020 is the TUC's free festival of ideas in union organising. Join their online events between 9-11 July
With so many people having been financially impacted by the Covid-19 crisis, Money Advice Scotland will be running regular free webinars covering different aspects of financial capability.
More pressure should be put on employers to publish Covid risk assessments says TUC