Instead of simply working from home, many remote employees (not to mention freelancers and self-employed business owners) are taking advantage of this situation and jetting off with just a laptop to exotic destinations around the world. This allows them to travel, experience new cultures and even learn new languages — all without interrupting their careers.
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According to the latest data, almost 5 million refugees have entered Poland from Ukraine. More than 90% of them are women and children. Of course, a large group of refugees will not stay in Poland permanently, but assuming that “only” 20% will stay permanently, this means that Polish labor market will have to absorb about 500,000 women who want to provide for the same number of children.
The UK government’s working from home tax relief provided a small boost to people’s finances during the pandemic. Recently, a new update has been announced for the year 2022-2023 on home tax relief claims as the pandemic eased. Find out if you’re eligible for the work from home tax relief.
In this post, we’ll discuss some of the key trends shaping this growing industry in 2022, and how they’ll affect the market going forward. According to HR industry expert and analyst Josh Bersin, the average large company now uses 9.1 core talent applications — up from 7 in 2018. Spending on these tools now averages $310 per year for each employee. Companies are throwing money at HR tech, trying to find ways of transforming their workforces, increasing employee productivity, and improving quality of hire, employee engagement and retention. And more and more of these tools are entering the market every day: the HR tech market reached a total value of $28.65 billion in 2021.
The move towards decentralisation and more flexible ways of working that we’re currently seeing was already well underway before 2020.
Several recent studies have analysed the most significant trends affecting the workplace in 2022, giving us an idea of what the world of work will look like over the years to come. In this article, we’ll discuss eight key insights from the EY Future Workplace Index and other research into the trends shaping the future of work.
Our CXC team recently attended SIA’s CWS Summit in London. The event, attended by over 500 people was the first chance for many post-covid. Over the course of the two-day conference, our team had the opportunity to attend many informative panel discussions hosted by expert speakers from across the contingent workforce industry