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RateMyApprenticeship announces that Anchor Trust, England’s largest not-for-profit housing association, has been ranked the best apprentice employer in the UK in their Top 100 Employers table.
A new report released to mark the midway point in the Government’s apprenticeship target has found that two in five apprentices spend more money completing their apprenticeship than they earn – and women face an eight per cent gender pay gap.
A study has revealed that the vast majority of British homeowners have booked time off work in the past twelve months in order to be at home for a delivery, with fridge-freezers, washing machines and sofas emerging as the items that Britons are most likely to book the annual leave for.
UK charity workers are paid as much as 32% below other sectors nationally and up to 50% below other sectors in London according to an annual salary survey carried out by Croner and NCVO.
While for many Hull is on the up with new shopping centres, bars and its City of Culture 2017 status, there is still a staggering 21.3% of ‘workless households’ across the city, with around 5% of the population unemployed.
The annual statistics for health and safety at work in Great Britain have been released. The figures cover work-related ill health, workplace injuries, working days lost, costs to Britain and enforcement action taken.
Adopting a more positive management style can help employees feel more engaged.
Save 50% on the Workplace Wellbeing and Stress Summit 2017 hosted by our event partner Symposium.
This year’s Princess Royal Training Awards at a St James’s Palace include major UK businesses such as RBS, Barclays, Mercedes Benz UK and Waitrose.
Graduates feel embarrassed about their level of income.
Worries rise particularly as the clocks change and winter begins in earnest.
Office spaces impact on personal relationships and matter more for junior employees, finds survey.
Nearly half (48%) of business leaders don’t feel their employees would confide in a colleague if they were struggling with their own mental well-being, research from insurer Legal & General shows – even though 84% said that mental health has personally impacted their performance at work. Encouragingly, 85% of those surveyed said that they had…