HRreview’s Global Mobility week has concluded after a week of casting an analytical eye over the industry. As well as posting a whole host of features and analysis, we also began the week with a round table webinar with some leading experts in the Global Mobility field.
Research by Chase de Vere, the independent financial and corporate advisers, in conjunction with Lightbulb, an independent research company, has found that many employers aren’t confident in the effectiveness of the employee benefits they offer to their employees.
Research conducted by global recruitment company PageGroup, has found that an increasing number of temporary professionals are better-skilled, have years of experience and are better educated with 75 percent boasting at least a bachelor’s degree. It’s revealed that they are expected to work more autonomously, take more responsibility and be more flexible.
Some organisations demonise whistleblowers leaving some suicidal in an attempt to paint them as mentally ill and discredit their claims, according to new research.
Yesterday Boris Johnson sung the Ode to Joy in German at a press conference and now all the Remain camp’s cards have started to come tumbling down….well not quite, but thing are starting to look a little shaky.
GradWeb, the volume recruitment outsourcing, technology and assessment company, announced today a new name, brand, and logo. The new Amberjack brand reflects the evolution of the business, its strategy and passionate focus on exceeding clients’ needs.
This week we are talking Global Mobility, that’s when companies ship employees off to do their bidding in foreign climbs. For some it can do wonders for careers and confidence and for others it can be a nightmare beyond imagining.
Today we a launching our Global Mobility Week, a week long celebration of the expanding nature of the business world.
The listing of a two-week internship at a charity auction – that sold for $10,000 – has prompted an avalanche of criticism. The notion of someone paying an exorbitant sum in order to work for free for an organisation has also been labeled as exploitation.
Advertised salaries reached a standstill in March, as a slowdown in the jobs market takes hold according to the latest UK Job Market Report from Adzuna.co.uk.
The demise of British Home Stores seems long over due. Its decline has been evident for sometime and there seemed to be little attempt on the part of the firm’s owners to try and circumvent the tailspin. Nevertheless, 11,000 members of staff are now waiting to hear if a buyer can be found to revive the chain in order to save the jobs.
A new government stipulation insisting that staff who work in nurseries have an A to C GCSE in Maths and English will cause serious issues with trying to recruit new people into the profession.
A new survey carried out by benefits provider Edenred shows that six in ten employees would consider cycling to work if they had better support from their employer. A key barrier to commuting by bike is the lack of basic facilties in the workplace, such as somewhere to change, acces to a hairdryer or a place to keep their bike safely.
Video interview: A conversation with David MacLeod, OBE, Co-Chair of the Engage for Success Movement
David MacLeod, OBE, is an employee engagement guru. He is co-chair of the government sponsored, employer led Employee Engagement Task Force that was launched by the Prime Minister, David Cameron, at Number 10 in March 2011.
Research unveiled today has revealed the immense challenges faced by working parents in the UK. 60 percent of parents working in the media know someone who has left their role because of pressures that come with being a working parent. This is a rise from 57 percent two years ago – while a third (32 percent) have been made to feel uncomfortable by employers or colleagues about their parenting responsibilities.