A recent study published by the Fatherhood Institute (FI) reveals that British men will spend just 24 minutes caring for their children for every hour
A recent survey* of 2,000 UK workers has revealed that more than half have been negatively affected by the demands of work, with many acknowledging a
In March 2016, the Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) overturned an Employment Tribunal (ET) decision that it was discriminatory to require employees to suspend their childcare vouchers during maternity leave.
Women in their twenties and thirties are risking pension poverty in later life, according to research published by the Fawcett Society. Sam Smethers, Fawcett Society Chief Executive, said:
Changes to childcare voucher entitlements and eligibility came into effect from 6th April 2016. This may affect the earnings threshold that you fall into and,
The Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) has overturned an Employment Tribunal (ET) decision that it was discriminatory to require employees to suspend their childcare vouchers during
Over the past three years, the term ‘Tax-Free Childcare’ has become more and more familiar in the childcare world. However, despite this there is still
Family life has evolved over the years, with dads having more of a ‘hands on’ approach when it comes to raising a family and an
Chancellor George Osborne yesterday released his Autumn Statement outlining the government’s spending plans for the coming four years. But how will this affect childcare?
Shared Parental Leave was introduced to support working parents with their work-life balance, helping working mothers to return to work more quickly. However with many