Four in ten UK workers are dissatisfied with the quality of leadership at work (40%)
The EAT in East Kent Hospitals University NHS Foundation Trust v Levy has held that a tribunal was entitled to find that an employee’s letter to her employer giving ‘one month’s notice’ was not a letter of resignation.
By 2030 most of the UK graduate workforce will be working with Artificial Intelligence (AI) on a daily basis, predicts Henley Business School
The obligation to be available at almost any time for online or mobile conversations has become a real challenge that is potentially hazardous to health.
The modern workplace has already embraced advanced technology with smart devices, paperless workplaces, cloud services and wearable tech that tracks employee productivity – in fact, much of this tech is already old news when it comes to the average workday.
44% of gig workers have a University degree and 28% of gig workers perform professional work such as accounting or providing legal advice.
Employee experience is increasingly being recognised as the foundation to successful employee engagement. A select group of employers have not only acknowledged this but are using the physical workplace as a strategic tool in competitive advantage.
Just 17 per cent of UK companies have policies and strategies in place for the use of ‘non-traditional’ labour, including freelancers, contractors and ‘gig’ employees.
Impact of Brexit, falling net migration and ageing population set to cause a UK workforce crisis
Four in ten UK businesses are reporting increasing difficulty in holding onto staff, according to a new employment and skills study1 from London First and Lloyds Banking Group.
Employees are excited and receptive to AI at work, however employers are failing to communicate the impact of new tech on jobs
MoreySmith, one of Europe’s leading design & architecture practices, has unveiled a Workplace Futures Report in partnership with The Future Laboratory.
The UK’s small business community is still worryingly unprepared for new data protection regulations, according to new research from the Federation of Small Businesses (FSB).
New Workforces 2025 report demonstrates businesses need to do more to encourage employees and embrace the Fourth Industrial Revolution
Duncan has over 15 years’ corporate and private sector experience as a trainer and facilitator. He has trained and worked alongside organisations including BT, Accenture, Fullers, Canary Wharf and the UK government and has seen how communication continues to challenge many large organisations in the 21st century. He draws from his own personal experiences in managing feedback and…