New research shows how internships are essential to employment with businesses hiring more interns, increasing their salaries, investing in quality programmes and working harder to bring them back as employees.
New report reveals employee mindset on financial, physical and mental wellbeing – and how it impacts employers
Employers misunderstand depth of concern employees have over finances/ significant increase of employees affected by financial worries
The top 12 earners on the BBC’s latest list of star salaries are all men.
Uber’s head of HR has resigned after only a 18 months tenure, following an investigation into how she handled allegations of racial discrimination at the taxi firm.
Patriotic bosses are getting behind the England football team with nine out ten saying they’ve been allowing their employees to watch or listen to sport at work this summer, with around half actually believing it will boost productivity, a recent survey from The Institute of Leadership & Management has found.
Outside of fear and appetite, there are few things employees are more primed to pay attention to than trust and fairness. “Is this a fair deal for me?” is a fundamental question many employees ask themselves at work—either consciously or unconsciously—on a regular basis.
It would seem that in order to improve the way we do feedback, we should be looking to positive psychology and this may mean reversing our inherent programming to seek out the negatives first.
Research identifies most sought-after employee attributes and skills.
Two-thirds (66%) of Millennials will be loyal to companies that invest and improve the office environment
Recruitment software provider, Recruitive Software, is delighted to announce that they have been accepted as a supplier for the Government’s latest G-Cloud Framework; G-Cloud 10.
The names of 239 employers found to have underpaid 22,400 UK workers by a total of £1.44m have been published today by the government.
While economic factors are still playing a part in causing three quarters of UK employees to say they’ll work beyond the age of 65, many are working for longer out of choice.
Ninety-eight per cent of recruitment businesses typically receive less than two hours’ notice from a school in need of a teacher that same day, according to a survey of specialist recruiters by the Recruitment & Employment Confederation
Employers are losing fewer working days to sickness absence, a report from HR website XpertHR finds.
28% of HR professionals feel that their organisations’ policies need to be updated to encourage further gender equality in the workplace.