Working from home now considered the most productive option while noisy colleagues are biggest distraction to getting the job done
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Not all of us are lucky enough to have the luxury of nap rooms and slides in our office. However, CV-Library has found that over half (56%) of professionals would be more likely to apply for a job that had a unique or cool workspace.
Action from business heads, industry sectors and the Government, is urgently required to drive a more diverse and inclusive uptake of earn and learn placements, according to The 5% Club in its new report, ‘Breaking the Deadlock,’ published today
According to the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development one in five employees lose sleep over financial worries and money worries impact the performance of one in four.
People often refer to our inability to switch off from work as the ‘always on’ culture. This includes behaviours such as taking work home with you, or accessing shared workspaces outside of office hours.
Simplyhealth research reveals nearly two-thirds (64%) of HR decision makers surveyed in larger businesses are interested in offering a digital advice service to support working carers
The world’s first ability assessments that are designed to meet the conflicting needs of recruiters and candidates have been launched by assessment specialist cut-e.
56% of SMEs don’t trust big corporations to understand their business challenges
Today Peter Horrocks, Vice-Chancellor of The Open University, will call for a relaxation of the tight rules governing the way employers spend the apprenticeship levy.
New graduate recruitment platform combines real-world skills testing with workplace diversity solution
Pass rates differ by as much as 20 per cent between male and women in favour of men at major providers. Similar patterns can be seen across socio economic and ethnic lines.
Employee shopping card now available for organisations of all sizes
New research to identify employer practice that enables career progression for disadvantaged workers
A new two-year research project aims to identify effective employer practice that enables people who experience barriers to advancing in the labour market to achieve career progression.
PathMotion is starting 2018 by announcing that it has raised £2.2M in funding in a new round of investment. The employee-to-candidate engagement platform raised a million dollars during its seed phase.
The de Poel group of companies, the UK’s largest neutral vendor, has been acquired by Geometric Results, Inc. (GRI), a wholly owned subsidiary of MSX International (MSXI), the world’s largest independent Managed Service Provider (MSP).
cut-e, the international assessment specialist, has hired a groundbreaking IT consultancy called Auticon – which exclusively employs autistic adults as its IT consultants – to speed up its product testing and help with data intelligence programming.