A new initiative by ACCA has highlighted 10 key drivers that are set to force change upon business processes, people and services.
Research from City & Guilds Group demonstrates the value of coaching to the future of the UK workforce: 79% of UK professionals say they consider coaching useful for adopting new technologies and ways of working
Today’s labour market statistics published by the Office for National Statistics (ONS) show the number of vacancies at 845,000 for August to October 2018, the highest since comparable records began in 2001 – 44,000 more than for a year earlier and 14,000 more than for May to July 2018.
Annual commuting time for BME workers is 45 hours longer than for other workers
UK businesses turn to gig economy as digitalisation and lack of available talent creates critical skills gap.
A popular definition of the gig economy is that it is “a labour market characterised by the prevalence of short-term contracts or freelance work, as opposed to permanent jobs”. But what is next for gig economy working rights?
Presenteeism rates have tripled in a decade, with 86% of organisations saying they observe people coming into work when ill compared to 26% in 2010 – it’s a serious issue and one that employers need to address.
Three-quarters of UK employees (73 per cent) like to keep their work and home lives separate from one another according to research from ADP (Automatic Data Processing).
Employees call for radical new approach with almost half of workers (49 per cent) wanting a yoga and meditation room and exercise facilities (50 per cent) to help tackle workplace stress.
For International Stress Awareness Day, Hannah Parsons, a solicitor at DAS Law, takes a look at what the law says your employer needs to do about stress.
The majority of people professionals say their work makes them happy, energised and offers them a meaningful career. That’s according to the CIPD’s The people profession in 2018: UK and Ireland report, published today.
When someone is absent from work, the remaining staff may take on the extra load. But when they come in to work sick, everyone is at risk of catching a cold – which is worse?
More than 180,000 workers are set up for the inflation-beating pay rise, which has risen against a backdrop of increases in transport costs, private rent and council tax.
More than three-quarters (79 per cent) of businesses expect to increase the number of higher-skilled roles over the coming years. Yet two-thirds (66 per cent) fear that there will be a lack of sufficiently skilled people to fill vacancies.
Staff at Google offices around the world have staged a series of walkouts and demonstrations targeting workplace culture and the company’s treatment of women.