If your organisation has, say, 100 employees, statistics indicate you’ll have about seven who suffer from depressive disorders. And if your organization is like most, the majority of your employees – including managers – have no clear idea of how to talk about depression to colleagues who are clinically depressed. Now, not every depressed person…
The planned attrition rate of employees on both sides of the Atlantic is consistently about one-third of the workforce, within the upcoming six months, according to the latest employee development survey from Saba and WorkplaceTrends.com.
Lendlease Europe, part of the international property and infrastructure group, is launching its Wellbeing Leave initiative, designed to create a more positive and proactive health culture across its workforce.
The winners of the competition will get tickets to Williams Martini Racing’s headquarters in Grove, Oxfordshire where they can watch the 2015 United States Grand Prix.
The majority of UK recruiters (86%) expect that the job market will stay as competitive, or become even more challenging, in the next twelve months, according to recruiting platform Jobvite.
The Creative Industries Federation, in partnership with the MOBO organisation, today launches Creative Diversity – The state of diversity in the UK’s creative industries and what we can do about it.
Whether you are an HR Director looking for courses to improve communication skills or a business owner seeking to improve your accounting & finance knowledge, Jivjav has the course to suit.
Up to 66 percent of females working in recruitment believe that family and caring responsibilities negatively impact on talented women’s promotion and career prospects.
UK employers are facing even greater skills shortages and rising wage pressures, according to a new report from Hays plc, the global professional recruiting group.
The people most likely to make employees feel engaged at work are their peers rather than their managers, according to the results of Oracle’s Western European study released today.
Twenty nine of the most progressive employers and their representatives have been shortlisted for this year’s Workingmums.co.uk Top Employer Awards.
80 percent of employers with more than 100 employees now offer some form of flexible benefits scheme compared with just 11 percent a decade ago (according to Staffcare research in 2014), which means that there is also a growing demand for flex technology platforms and growing number of providers on the market.
Professional recruitment firms now have eight percent more vacancies on their books than this time last year according to new survey data from the Association of Professional Staffing Companies (APSCo).
Research from Britain’s Healthiest Company shows UK companies are waking up to the importance of managing employee stress but more can be done.
The government is set to publish a Digital Transformation Plan this autumn which will focus on improving the UK’s poor levels of productivity.